Apple has missed the application of 5G technology on the latest generation of mobile phones.
This makes sense for the company because the technology is relatively new, and Apple is usually known to use tried and tested technology (companies need time to implement 4G as well). However, it is hoped that by 2020 Apple will finally adopt 5G.
This was previously suggested by Ming-Chi Kuo analysts, who showed that Apple could release up to three iPhone 5Gs by 2020. But now, according to Wedbush Securities analyst Dana Ives, Apple could also release a fourth iPhone 5G in the coming year. At this time, it is not known what this model is, so at the moment the number predicted by this analyst is unusually functioning.
Next year, we will see the successor to the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max phones, but rumors of the release of the iPhone SE 2 model will also come. However, given that this model is expected to be a kind of "budget" iPhone, Apple is not expected to implement 5G support in it. On the other hand, implementing the next generation network can make cell phones more attractive to users.
However, this information must be taken with backup, because it is still too early to discuss Apple's specific plans for the coming year.