The 2019 product line for the iPhone has not yet been released, and predictions for next year's new Apple phone have begun. Today, analysts at JP Morgan released their latest forecast for Apple's 2020 iPhones, which are said to be expanding.
According to JP Morgan's analysts, Apple will release four new iPhones, including three OLED models, with screen sizes of 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7 inches, respectively:
"We predict that three 2020 iPhones (5.4/6.1/6.7 inch screen size) will be equipped with OLED screens and 5G baseband (millimeter wave support). At least two of them will use post-3-D sensing technology (ToF technology) to promote industry-leading VR/AR capabilities through customized applications (games). "
JP Morgan analysts are bullish on the 5G outlook, predicting that Apple will sell 195 million iPhones in 2020, up from its previous forecast of 180 million in 2019. The reason given for the increase in sales is "a relatively significant upgrade of specifications in recent years".
For the fourth iPhone, JP Morgan predicts that Apple will launch a "product category that is more valuable than those launched in recent years". It's said to be a smaller iPhone, the same size as the iPhone 8 (4.7 inches), with no OLED screen and no support for 5G.
JP Morgan analysts'forecasts are roughly the same as those of Apple analyst Guo Mingpi last month. Guo also thinks Apple will launch three OLED screen iPhones next year, but the 6.1-inch model won't support 5G. In addition, Ms. Guo did not mention the so-called "fourth" small screen iPhone.