The new iPhone will make it look like an iPad

The premiere of four new Apple smartphones should take place in the fall of 2020.

The coronavirus pandemic will not affect Apple’s plans and the company will introduce a new generation of iPhone in the fall of 2020. According to Bloomberg, four smartphones will be presented to the public at once – two to replace the iPhone 11 and one each to replace the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

A feature of the new gadgets will be the design that will execute in the style of both the iPhone 5, introduced in 2012, and the iPad Pro tablet of the 2018 model – at least two flagship models of the new iPhone will receive a stainless steel frame and a flat screen, and the gadget case itself will have not a rounded shape, but clearly defined edges.

new iPhone will make it look like an iPad

The successors of the iPhone 11 will retain two cameras, while the Pro line-ups, in addition to the three cameras, will receive 3D lidar from the new iPad Pro tablet. It is expected that all new smartphones will have less “bangs”, and the diagonal of the screens of the Pro versions will exceed 6.5 inches. The device processor will be improved with an eye on the use of artificial intelligence and augmented reality.

In addition to the new iPhone in the fall, Apple is due to introduce the next generation HomePod speaker, which will be twice as compact, as well as “smart” Tags keychains. According to the source of the publication, the company also has the following generations of MacBook Pro, Apple TV, budget iPad and iMac.

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