Although we're in 2020 already, all circles are quite concerned about the new information of Apple's next-generation iPhone.

The latest news points out that Apple may launch as many as six new iPhones in 2020, four of which will use OLED screens, and the remaining two will continue to use LCD screens, which is the previously exposed iPhone SE 2. According to reports, Apple may rename the “iPhone SE 2” to “iPhone 9”.

Relevant reports indicate that Apple will launch 6 iPhones this year, and TSMC will provide new iPhones with new antenna modules using INFO_AIP technology.

It has been reported a couple days ago that TSMC will exclusively produce the A14 Bionic processor for Apple in the second quarter of this year. This processor will be produced by 5nm EUV and occupy two-thirds of TSMC's 5nm capacity.

Of the six new iPhones that may be launched this year, two with LCD screens may be the iPhone 9 series, which is the previously rumored iPhone SE 2. The other four are the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 and the 6.1-inch iPhone 12, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max.

It is reported that the appearance of the iPhone 9 will be very similar to the iPhone 8 series. The core configuration will use an A13 processor, 3GB of running memory, and remove the 3D Touch. The price is supposed to start at $399.


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