A statement that could therefore bring the number of new iPhones in 2020 to 6 different models.
To corroborate these claims, Digitimes cites supply chain sources that are expecting six new iPhone models for 2020. But, Apple tried to launch iPhone SE in mid-range and after that, they got some good response. Rather, Apple's real strategy back in 2016 was to take the 2.5-year-old iPhone 5S, throw in a faster CPU, and then re-release it as a new "Special Edition" model.
Apple iPhone SE 2 has been in the news for quite some time now.
A report by LetsGoDigital, mentioning a Credit Suisse presentation, statements that Apple might deliver a high-end 2020 iPhone design with Touch ID embedded when you look at the screen, totally ditching Face ID. That is mainly because it is very hard to believe that Apple will do away with the Face ID altogether in its next iPhone model when it is one of the finest technologies offered by Apple. However, if a second model does exist, there's a chance that Apple might offer the new model in another size as well. Currently, Apple is one of the best gadget making company.
The iPhone SE 2 will reportedly be much like the design of the iPhone eight however will include Apple's latest processor, the A13 Bionic - the identical chip included in each new iPhone 11's - regardless of having 1GB much less RAM than Apple's premium fashions.
After the success of the iPhone 11 series in 2019, all eyes are peeled to what 2020 has in store for Apple fans. It wasn't until later in 2017 that more rumors suggested that Touch ID would be replaced with Face ID on the 2017 flagship iPhone.
IPhone SE 2 models will not have the 3D Touch function, removed from the iPhone 11 by the company.
Additionally, the patent also suggests that the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max will come with rectangular corners instead of the rounded corners that current iPhones have.
Apple typically updates its iPhone designs every three years.