Apple Stems IPhone Sales Drop in India With Hopes High for 2020

Yolanda Curtis
January 26, 2020

It seems that 2020 is likely to become a Happy New Year for Apple. The upcoming iPhone may change the iPhone SE, that will emerge as an innovative new choice for customers as well as the advanced iPhone 11 variants.

Technology giant Apple is launching a more affordable iPhone in March. The report highlights that this growth in numbers will help Apple in stabilising its position in the Indian smartphone market.


Chatterjee predicts the company may introduce two high-end models (one 6.1-inch and one 6.7-inch) with support for mmWave, as well as a triple-lens camera and "world facing" 3D sensing for improved Augmented Reality capabilities. Renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, after the iPhones were launched, predicted string demand for this colour for the iPhone 11 Pro models.

However, through the iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2, the organization is wanting to make a return towards the low-priced part into the Rs 40,000 group.


- Also let us know that the name of the low-priced iPhone has not been mentioned in Bloomberg's report, it may be that the new phone is iPhone 9. A Japanese news website reported in September past year that Apple is working on a low-priced iPhone.

The iPhone SE was very popular for a bodywork that did not exceed 4 inches, but the rumored device is believed to have the same form factor as the 4.7-inch iPhone 8.


Significantly, the iPhone 9 are certain to get a 12 megapixel camera just like the iPhone 11 and certainly will range from the A13 Bionic chip as opposed to the A11 Bionic and you will additionally anticipate much better electric battery life. The phone will be brought with a glass back which increases the possibility of getting a wireless charging system. The iconic cheap iPhone 11 had a range of spring-themed pastel shades to offer, which conformed to Apple's tendency to give its more affordable phones "brighter" fun colors instead of more elegant gold or rose gold.

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