Apple to launch four iPhones in 2020 in an attempt to return to growth

Apple to launch four iPhones in 2020 in an attempt to return to growth

A report from JPMorgan revealed Apple will try to boost its iPhone sales in 2020 by launching four models. An analyst expects Cupertino to bring three new OLED phones with 5G modems and at least two of them will also have ToF camera.

Apple usually releases its phones in September right in time for the holiday season, but we already know 2019 will see only three new devices with an unusual camera setup, but improved shooters overall.

The analysis from JPMorgan also revealed that Apple is going for the “value” market, meaning a phone with the size of the iPhone 8, but without the 5G modem and at a lower cost.

Since Tim Cook is not willing to drop the premium segment, the three expected flagships with OLEDs will have 5.4”, 6.1”, and 6.7” screen sizes. All these upgrades will aim to restore sales growth, with 195 million expected units to be shipped in 2020, up from the estimated 180 million in 2019.

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Apple to launch four iPhones in 2020 in an attempt to return to growth