Apple will be releasing four iPhones this year according to a report from Bloomberg. Two Pro models will be replacing last year’s iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max while the other two will be replacing the base model iPhone 11. Not only that, Apple will also be redesigning its Pro models with a design similar to the iPad and all four models will be coming with 5G.
Apple is expected to employ a design similar to that of the iPhone 5 with flat screens. The Pro models will also be coming with flat stainless-steel edges as opposed to the current curved design. The models will also be coming with smaller notch and Apple may eventually do away with notches in its future iPhones.
Apple introduced the LiDar sensor for the first time this year on its 2020 iPad Pro models. Apple will introduce this LiDar sensor to its 2020 iPhone Pro models as well in what will take augmented reality on smartphones to the next level. Apple will retain the three-camera system on its Pro models and the base model will also retain its dual rear camera system.
The biggest of this year’s iPhone model which is the Max model will be having a bigger screen than the 6.5-inch found on the iPhone 11 Pro Max. This may bring the display of this year’s Max model to 6.7-inch. As expected, there will also be a significant upgrade to the processor.
Not only is Apple redesigning its top-tier iPhones, it will also be coming out with a smaller and cheaper version of its HomePod speaker which is expected to be released very soon. Apple Tags will also be released which will let users track real-world objects like keys and wallets.
Finally, Apple is also reportedly working on updating its MacBook Pro lineup, Apple TV, budget iPads and a new iMac. All may not come this year and the launch of the 2020 iPhone models may come weeks later than expected due to the Coronavirus pandemic.