Ming-Chi Kuo had already stated that by 2020 the apple company was going to launch three models of 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch OLED displays, along with a 6.1-inch OLED display like the 9to5Mac portal had reported.
And now the analyst suggests that they will all integrate 5G technology, depending on the same site. The higher range will support the faster, 5G, city-friendly technology known as mmWave, while the lower will only support the Sub-6GHz band. This is slower and better suited for rural and suburban areas, yet faster than 4G.
According to the analyst, these iPhones are considered different designs by Apple, although they support the same design.
Apple is also developing a model for the Chinese market that will support only the sub-6GHz spectrum, allowing the company to offer lower prices. However, Kuo says the priority is on the universal model and whether Apple will be able to finish the iPhone sub-6GHz project on time.
Ming-Chi Kuo also commented on Apple's purchase of Intel's modems division, saying that with this deal, the apple company now has more resources for future models to support 5G technology.
Earlier this year, the analyst had already announced the news for Apple 2019, saying that all models keep the traditional Lightning connector, dispelling the rumor that the manufacturer would bet on USB-C. More recently, this news has been shared again in a new leak.