Rumors are going on since around the middle of 2019. According to the recent rumors, Apple will be coming out with three iPhones in 2020.
These phones will have some extreme features which we have never seen before, and everyone is excited about that.
The refresh rate will be double that of this year’s iPhones with a 120 Hz Pro-Motion display. Apple has previously launched a 120Hz refresh rate in 10.5 in iPad Pro and 12.9 in iPad Pro.
Other changes that Apple is coming up with is reduction or removal of the notch. A notch is a house for sensors, front camera, and speaker. It is the cut-out on the top of the screen.
Apple is testing face ID prototypes that are smaller in size. It will have a new Face ID set up.
The new iPhones of 2020 will be able to support a 5G connection. Samsung Galaxy S11 and Note 11 are also confirmed, coming out with devices supporting 5G connection in 2020.
Apple does have some competition. Samsung is also looking forward to improving its refresh rate.
One of the biggest rumors is that Apple may do away with the lightning port for wireless charging and also the data transfer. The Coming Year iPhones may switch to the USB-C. The wireless charging update is likely to be made in the year 2023.
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There will also be design changes in the body of the iPhones. The new design will be reminiscent of the iPhone 4. iPhone 4 had some signal issues due to the defective design.
Analyst Ming Chi-Kuo predicted that 2021 iPhones would have full-screen fingerprint recognition technology and an under-screen camera. Kuo also predicted that the new iPhones would have an OLED screen.
The new iPhones will have three cameras, unlike the 2019 iPhones which has 2. iPhone 12 will also have an extra telephoto zoom camera.