The 2020 iPhone rumours are gathering pace and for the upcoming smartphones, Apple is now expected to shake-up the display sizes of the handset and the upcoming lineup will now feature a smaller 5.4-inch display as well as a display that’s the largest we have ever seen on an iPhone.
As per a report by ETNews, Apple is confirmed to launch a smaller 5.4-inch iPhone, another with a 6.1-inch screen and the last with a 6.7inch display; which will be the biggest we have seen on an iPhone yet.
As of now, the iPhone 11 comes with a 6.1-inch display, the iPhone 11 Pro comes with a 5.7-inch screen and the iPhone 11 Pro Max comes with a 6.5-inch display. What this means is that the successor to the iPhone 11 will remain the same while the 11 Pro’s successor will get a smaller screen and the 11 Pro Max’s successor will receive a much larger display.
The report by the Korean-based website claims that Apple will source the 5.4-inch display and 6.7-inch display from Samsung and they will stick to the OLED technology. The iPhone 11’s successor will also be fitted with an OLED display and it will be a major shift from the LCD panel used on the 2019 handset.
The report goes on to add that Apple may introduce more than four iPhones in 2020 and this will also include a model that will support 5G. This somewhat contradicts a report that surfaced earlier this month which claimed that all of Apple’s September 2020 models will come with 5G connectivity.