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Some 5G iPhones and a new larger iPhone SE model could be delayed

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A few of Apple’s iPhones rumored to launch within the fall and a bigger iPhone SE mannequin apparently slated for 2021 might be delayed, in keeping with Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via MacRumors).

This fall, Apple is rumored to launch as many as 4 iPhones that help 5G, and Kuo says the iPhones that help the quicker mmWave 5G have a “potential delay danger,” according to MacRumors. As well as, mass manufacturing of the rumored 6.7-inch iPhone might be delayed till October, stories Kuo, which might imply that mannequin would launch later than the everyday iPhone launch timeframe of September.

Nonetheless, it’s not unprecedented for Apple to stagger its fall iPhone releases. For instance, in 2017, iPhone X was launched in November, weeks after the opposite iPhone fashions, and 2018’s iPhone XR was launched in October as an alternative of September. The rumored 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch iPhones are anticipated to enter mass manufacturing in September, says Kuo.

Apple’s successors to the iPhone 11 Professional and iPhone 11 Professional Max are anticipated to have a brand new design with flat sides and can doubtless have a smaller notch.

Moreover, Kuo additionally says Apple is probably going delaying the discharge of a bigger iPhone SE from the primary half of 2021 to the second half of 2021, according to MacRumors. That mannequin will reportedly have a 5.5-inch or 6.1-inch full-screen design, however as an alternative of utilizing Face ID for biometric verification, it would use a Contact ID sensor that’s built-in into the ability button, Kuo mentioned in a December report — much like the newly unveiled iPhone SE that Apple introduced earlier this month.

9to5Mac discovered proof of a 5.5-inch entry-level iPhone in iOS 14 code in March. However when Apple introduced the second-generation iPhone SE final week, it solely confirmed off a 4.7-inch model, so the precise function set, design, and potential launch date of this rumored 5.5-inch cellphone stays a thriller.

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