2020 iPhone XS Max will get bigger display

Yolanda Curtis
June 18, 2019

This time, the analyst didn't come to bring any news about the 2019 lineup, but more interesting, he brought some interesting details about the 2020 iPhone lineup. By 2022 or 2023, Kuo predicts Apple will to build its own 5G chips and not rely as heavily on third-party manufacturers for the part.

This means Apple will finally address the needs of the fans who've been clamoring for a smaller premium iPhone - the current iPhone XS has a 5.8-inch display and weighs almost 180g.

In clearer terms, that means Apple will basically do what it did previous year.

As for Apple's upcoming 2019 iPhone lineup - it's expected that the iPhone 11 and 11 Max will look nearly identical to the XS and XS Max but will add an ultrawide camera while the iPhone XR successor will retain its LCD but get a second camera (likely a telephoto unit). Also, it would be a good option for those who can't stand with bigger and bigger smartphones coming every year. The 2020 iPhone XS Max successor will be upgraded from a 6.5-inch display to a slightly larger 6.7-inch screen. Kuo expects Qualcomm to be Apple's primary supplier of 5G modems with backup from Samsung.RF power amplifiers will come from Broadcom, we're told. It's interesting how the news about the 2020 iPhone lineup turn the 2019 lineup less interesting.

Apple reportedly plans to release two phones with 5G in 2020, one of which will pack a 6.7-inch OLED screen, according to one of the most reliable Apple analysts. The iPhone XR will retain its LCD display but will introduce a secondary camera sensor.

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