We’ve heard details about the upcoming iPhone 11 which is due out later this year but now, alleged details regarding next year’s iPhone have already surfaced online.
According to the China Times, the multinational investment bank Credit Suisse has a presentation which contains several details about the 2020 iPhone.
It’s believed Apple is currently trying to finalise a full-screen display for the iPhone 2020 which will be helped by an under-screen TrueDepth camera.
As well as keeping FaceID, it has also been reported that next year’s iPhones will introduce a new in-display TouchID.
These new details follow reports of the 2020 iPhones being released in new screen sizes, being equipped with 5G and featuring a new lens system. It has also been said that all new iPhones which come out from 2021 will adopt the new design of next year’s iPhone.
Considering the forthcoming iPhone 11 has been criticised for its disappointing features, if the above details turn out to be true then it looks like Apple will be making up for the flaws of the iPhone 11 next year.