The next generation of Apple smartphones could support 5G networks using parts from Qualcomm and Samsung. This comes after a recent and very bitter legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm was settle with an agreement that Apple will purchase chips from Qualcomm again. This seems to be happening as part of the 5G movement. The 5G-equpped iPhone with a faster cellular internet connection would give consumers a better product and a reason to upgrade older models.
Because the iPhone with 5G is faster and more reliable – in connections – this could boost sales for the product. Keep mind that we have pointed out the fall in sales for Apple products. Apple saw a 27 percent fall earlier this year in Greater China and to underscore the problems that Apple apparently recognizes, they announced in December 2018 that they would stop reporting unit sales of their products. Most analysts agree that the notion of not telling the public hope many phones or units the firm sells is a clear lack of confidence in the future of the product.
The iPhone replacement demand could be shockingly high as Apple sold more than 217 million iPhones in its fiscal year 2018, the last year that figures have been released to the public. According to the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is known for describing Apple products before they are released, the number of new parts that must be designed for Apple will only increase in the future. This would kick off a new mini-industry.
Kuo is now predicting that Apple will redesign printed circuit boards using a material to clear out space for a bigger battery. How does this guy know this ? He also highlighted other changes in Apple products in 2019 and 2020.