Apple plans to include an iPhone 12, which is said to be almost 50% lower and thinner than the one in existing and old iPhones, custom battery protective modules. The size decrease could lead to more free space for a small battery capacity increase. MacRumors reported recently that the smaller module was supplied by the South Korean ITM Semiconductor.
The ITM Semiconductor’s new module integrates the protection system with a MOSFET and a PCB and removes the need for a holder container.
Senior Analyst JP Morgan Samik Chatterjee predicts that Apple will be launching an iPhone 5.4 inch, two iPhone versions 6.1 inches and a 5G compatible iPhone 6.7 inch in 2020.
Chatterjee predicts that it will introduce two high-end models with mmWave support (one 6.1 inches and one 6.7 inches) together with a triple-lens camera and a 3D “world face” sensing for improved capabilities to increase Reality.
In addition, two low-end models (6.1 “or 5.4”) will have no 3D sensor in front of mmWave or the World and have a two-lens camera. As per the reports, Apple can use X55 modems from Qualcomm on all its iPhones, including mm-Wave and sub-6 GHz range.
There’ll be OLEDs for all 4 iPhone models. Apple may use Samsung’s OLED screens which are thinner than currently used displays.
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