Rumor has it, Apple will be releasing not three new iPhones like last year, not even four new iPhones, but a whopping 5 new iPhones in 2020. Sure, it’s nothing compared to the 879 new phones Samsung will likely release this year, but for Apple, it’s a lot. Like… a lot a lot. So, why?
Apple's likely to introduce at least one 5G-supported iPhone before the end of the year. What this means isn't 100 percent clear, although we're on the case. Here's the latest information on 5G and what it means for iPad and iPhone going forward.
According to reports, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple's next generation of 5G iPhones will feature improved Liquid Crystal Polymer Flexible Printed Circuits, significantly increasing the demand for the parts.