San Francisco. Apple’s plans to win the 5G race were derailed following the legal tussle with Qualcomm and Intel’s inability to supply necessary chips on time.
After resolving the two-year-old dispute with Qualcomm, Apple is now eying 2020 for the debut of its 5G iPhone.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will introduce at least two iPhone models next year with 5G support.
Kuo has claimed Apple’s 2020 iPhone lineup will feature three iPhones, including high-end 6.7-inch and 5.4-inch phones with OLED display, and a low-end 6.1-inch phone with OLED display. The high-end models will feature 5G.