While the iPhone 11 lineup of smartphones from Apple are still very new, that hasn’t stopped people from looking ahead to what’s next. With 5G on the horizon, many are expecting the iPhone 12 to be one of the bigger upgrades from Apple in a while. Now an analyst has chimed in on what else we can expect from the new iPhones, and it’s pretty impressive.
Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis and associates recently met with Apple’s supply chain manufacturers in Asia, and have now shared their expectations for iPhones in 2020. The analysts said that the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro will have an impressive 6GB of RAM, which is up from from the 4GB that the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max offer. Rear-facing 3D sensing and mmWave support are also expected.
However, the base model of the iPhone 12 is expected to have 4GB of RAM, which would make it even with the current iPhone 11 models. The base iPhone 12 model is expected to have 5G support, but they did not indicate whether or not the device will support mmWave.
Finally, the rumored iPhone SE 2 was brought up, with reports claiming that its production will begin this February. This is a lower-cost iPhone compared to the standard models, and will apparently resemble the iPhone 8. A 4.7-inch display and Touch ID home button will make a return, but a faster A13 chip and 3GB of RAM. This lower-cost iPhone is expected to debut in March.