Apple is expected to launch three iPhones in 2020, much like it did last year. And it looks like all three of next year’s iPhones will support 5G, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
According to MacRumors, Kuo also thinks that Apple now has more resources to develop its 5G iPhones. This is, of course, following the company’s deal with Intel in acquiring the latter’s smartphone modem chip business.
Kuo predicts that not only all three iPhones will come with 5G support, they will all support both mmWave and sub-6GHz tech. That said, he also mentions competition with Android devices that only support sub-5GHZ tech. With that’s it’s unsure if Apple will be making 5G iPhones that only come with support for sub-6GHz 5G.
Despite the deal with Intel, the iPhones of 2020 are still set to use 5G modems by Qualcomm. The hardware from Intel will likely not be used in iPhones until 2021.