Two iPhone will be launched in the first half of the year, and the other two in the fall, say JPMorgan analysts.
Apple will change its iPhone launch strategy.
The manufacturer will launch a total of four models of its iPhone annually, two would be announced in the first half of the year and two more in the second half, possibly in the fall, as it has done in recent years. This was announced through analysts of the financial firm JPMorgan.
Apple will begin launching four phones in 2020, analysts say. The four iPhone of 2020 will be launched at the same time, in the fall; The division of the launches will be from 2021.
This new strategy for Apple will be very similar to what Samsung or Huawei do, which launch a high-end line in the first quarter of the year and then a second high-end family in the third or fourth quarter.
The JPMorgan report mentions that the four models of the iPhone by 2020 are composed of a 5.4-inch, two 6.1-inch models and a quarter of 6.7 inches. Apple currently does not offer 5.4 and 6.7-inch phones, but it is rumored that these sizes will supplant the iPhone 11 Pro – 5.8 inches – and the iPhone 11 Pro Max – 6.5 inches.
The report does not mention anything about a new iPhone SE, a phone that has been rumored to exhaustion and would be the smallest iPhone in Apple’s current portfolio. The phone, supposedly 4.7 inches, would have a design similar to the iPhone 7, would keep the fingerprint reader Touch ID and specifications to be the cheapest Apple phone.
Apple does not comment on reports.