Back in 2018, Apple introduced three iPhones: the iPhone XS, XS Max, and the iPhone XR. However, the iPhone XR came at a later date, and if you were wondering if Apple could be repeating that process this year, apparently that will not be the case. Instead, Apple is expected to launch all three iPhone models at the same time.
This is according to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives who in a note to investors, claim that Apple will launch all three iPhones in September. Ives goes on to claim that Apple could actually be releasing all three iPhone models in the second week of September, which seems to be in line with what SoftBank President Ken Miyauchi had previously predicted as well.
Based on the rumors we’ve heard this year, Apple will be launching successors to the iPhone XS, XS Max, and the iPhone XR this year. From what we’ve heard, the iPhone XR 2 could be the most exciting of the bunch, where it is rumored to come with a dual camera setup, and assuming Apple maintains its pricing, it could be a very value-for-money handset.
As for 5G, it is almost guaranteed that there will not be a 5G iPhone this year. Instead, Apple is expected to launch its 5G iPhones only in 2020, so if 5G is a must-have for you, then you might want to hold off until 2020.