Apple could release ULTRA-fast 5G iPhones by the end of next year

Apple may release ultra-fast 5G iPhones late next year, analysts claim – a year after rivals Samsung and Huawei

  • Many large companies have already released 5G handsets
  • Apple has not yet revealed a phone that is compatible with the ultra-fast mobile broadband
  • JPMorgan analysts claim that the end of 2020 would be a likely release date
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Apple may release a series of four 5G-compatible iPhones next year, reports claim.

JPMorgan analysts say the US technology colossus is likely to announce the new phones by the end of 2020, although Apple has not confirmed the claims.

On the proposed release date, Apple would languish behind its rivals such as Huawei and Samsung, who have already released their own 5G offering.

A variety of specifications and sizes have been proposed for the upcoming range, with some reports claiming that the ultra-fast mobile internet will be available on 5.4 inch, 6.7 inch and two by 6.1 inch models.

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Apple remained remarkably quiet throughout the 5G furore – and was criticized by some industry experts.

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JPMorgan analysts say iPGones with 5G may be announced by the US tech giant by the end of 2020, although Apple has not confirmed the claims (photo of the file)

JPMorgan analysts say iPGones with 5G may be announced by the US tech giant by the end of 2020, although Apple has not confirmed the claims (photo of the file)

Several other reports have different opinions about the range and say they are probably more like the newest options for 2019, but with the added bonus of 5G.

This specific JPMorgan report is based on supply chain leaks and will supposedly be delivered with & # 39; sensor shift & # 39; technology to capture high quality video & # 39; s and photos.

5G has long been in the pipeline and with a staggered launch in 2019, several major manufacturers have embraced the ultra-fast technology.

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It was thought that Apple's inability to market a 5G handset could give competitors like Samsung a head start – something Apple couldn't afford after falling iPhone sales.

The reasons for this are unknown, but some speculate that it may be the recent step to replace the popular Qualcomm components with those from Intel.

This may have brought 5G developments to a halt and delayed the rollout.

A variety of specifications and sizes have been proposed for the upcoming range, with some reports claiming that the ultra-fast mobile internet will be available on 5.4 inch, 6.7 inch and two by 6.1 inch (file photo) models

A variety of specifications and sizes have been proposed for the upcoming range, with some reports claiming that the ultra-fast mobile internet will be available on 5.4 inch, 6.7 inch and two by 6.1 inch (file photo) models

A variety of specifications and sizes have been proposed for the upcoming range, with some reports claiming that the ultra-fast mobile internet will be available on 5.4 inch, 6.7 inch and two by 6.1 inch (file photo) models

The likely timetable for a disclosure at the end of 2020 comes at a time when 5G is a more common option and available to most smartphone users. The current infrastructure in the UK means that 5G is only available in small portions of a handful of large cities.
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The likely timetable for a disclosure at the end of 2020 comes at a time when 5G is a more common option and available to most smartphone users. The current infrastructure in the UK means that 5G is only available in small portions of a handful of large cities.

The likely timetable for a disclosure at the end of 2020 comes at a time when 5G is a more common option and available to most smartphone users. The current infrastructure in the UK means that 5G is only available in small portions of a handful of large cities.

However, the likely timetable for a disclosure at the end of 2020 comes at a time when 5G is a more common option and available to the majority of smartphone users.

The current infrastructure in the UK means that 5G is only available in small portions of a handful of large cities.

However, a large number of other locations will be added to the elusive list next year, including Birkenhead, Reading and Leeds.

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In the US, carriers such as Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile are working on expanding their own 5G networks.

The availability and the price point are a big hurdle for many coin sumers, and it needs to be improved before most people start yelling at 5G.

For that to happen, specialized masts the size of the 82-foot (25 m) column from Nelson must be installed across the country to cover rural areas.

Earlier this year, Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan said: “We invest millions so that the entire country can take advantage of the opportunities and economic benefits of the next generation of 5G technology.

& # 39; In modern Britain, people expect to be connected wherever they are. And so we are committed to ensuring widespread mobile coverage and ensuring that we have the right planning laws to provide the UK with the best infrastructure to stay ahead. & # 39;

WHAT IS 5G AND WHAT DOES IT DO?

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The evolution of the G system began in 1980 with the invention of the mobile telephone with which analogue data could be sent via telephone conversations.

Digital came in 1991 with 2G and SMS and MMS capabilities were launched.

Since then, the possibilities and carrying capacity for the mobile network have increased enormously.

More data can be transferred from one point to another faster than ever via the mobile network.

The expectation is that 5G is up to 1000 times faster than the currently used 4G.

Although the jump from 3G to 4G was the most cost-effective for mobile browsing and working, the move to 5G will be so fast that they become almost real-time.

This means that mobile activities will be just as fast as office-based internet connections.

Potential use for 5g includes:

  • Simultaneous translation of multiple languages ​​into a party conference call
  • Self-driving cars can stream movies, music and navigation information from the cloud
  • A full 8 GB movie can be downloaded in six seconds.

5G is expected to be so fast and efficient that it is possible for the end of wired connections to begin.

By the end of 2020, it is estimated that 50 billion devices will be connected to 5G.

The evolution from 1G to 5G. The predicted speed of 5G is more than 1 Gbps - 1,000 times higher than the existing speed of 4G and could be implemented in laptops of the future
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The evolution from 1G to 5G. The predicted speed of 5G is more than 1 Gbps - 1,000 times higher than the existing speed of 4G and could be implemented in laptops of the future

The evolution from 1G to 5G. The predicted speed of 5G is more than 1 Gbps – 1,000 times higher than the existing speed of 4G and could be implemented in laptops of the future

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