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iPhone 12: 4 models, from 2021 two in March and two in September | JP Morgan

The iPhone 12 range could count to four devices, one more than the three anticipated by rumors that everyone should be equipped with OLED panels. This is what emerges from one known to investors of JP Morgan that colleagues from AppleInsider have had the opportunity to view, and that speaks of a model with screen from 5.4 inches, one from 6.7 inches, is two 6.1 inches.

The larger 6.7-inch model, along with one of those from 6.1, should offer higher end specifications than others, including in the triple photographic form rear also one unpublished laser technology, that of the "World-facing 3D sensing": in practice, it would be a lens capable of guaranteeing not only one wider field of view is more sophisticated zoom options, but also the possibility of "repairing" an image including a subject who has accidentally been cut off.

The 2019 lineup: next year, iPhones could even be four

The remaining two models, namely the 5.4 and the 6.1 inch second models, should have a double-only photographic module, without the "3D sensing". Furthermore, although support for 5G networks is expected for all models, only the "Pro" will include support for the 5W mmWave profile, while the others will be enabled only for the sub-6GHz 5G.

The four members of the iPhone 12 family, which are expected to be launched by the end of next year, will be preceded by the anticipated second generation of iPhone SE, the most compact option. economic of Apple that is expected for March: in short, by the end of 2020 Cupertino may have launched on the market five new devices.

But it's not over here: always second JP Morgan it is possible to hypothesize one historic paradigm shift in timing, which would involve the release of two new iPhones in the first half of 2021, followed by others two new models in the second half. A review that could help Apple compete even more consistently with the continuous release of smartphones, throughout the year, by other hardware manufacturers, in addition to solving any design errors and production, with the possibility for Cupertino to intervene and make the necessary changes within a time window of only six months, and no more than a year.