Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is Apple's most trusted source of rumors – once predicting that the company will sell three different iPhones for more than a year before it's over. He is now betting that we will see the first 5G phones in 2020, despite the fact that Apple's original 5G modem provider is no longer making it MacRumors and 9to5Mac ).
Do you see that we already heard that Apple could have an iPhone 5G by 2020 but had to use an Intel chip – something we've learned since then that it will not happen because Apple chose to go with Qualcomm , forcing Intel to close its 5G modem store. This came at a great price: Apple agreed to settle all pending lawsuits with Qualcomm and spend at least $ 4.5 billion to ensure chip maker collaboration for the iPhone's future. The stir left us with some big questions, including when could see the first iPhone 5G now that Apple had to go to replace its Intel radios.
If Quo is right, the answer is: and a smaller 5.4-inch iPhone and an even larger 6.7-inch will have 5G support in 2020, according to Kuo's forecast. (It sounds like XS is getting smaller and Max is getting bigger based on these screen sizes.) And he says all three Apple iPhone 2020 ̵
This means that each iPhone will theoretically have OLED panel Kuo expects everyone will have 5G support in 2021, with Apple being able to switch from Qualcomm radio stations to its own internal modems Lake 2022 or 2023  From what we have seen so far from 5G, 2020 does not seem too late to introduce 5G phone.