Blayne Curtis analyst at Barclays shared some predictions with MacRumors for the next two generations of iPhones, and some that were consistent with previous rumors.
According to Neowin , Curtis claims the iPhone models this year will be similar to the 2018 versions, in addition to adding another lens to the back of the phone – something that has been rumored before. Also, it seems that this year’s models can remove 3D Touch, which is part of most iPhones since the iPhone 6s line (iPhone Xr is the first device to remove it). And the phone’s successor will increase to 4 GB RAM instead of 3 GB.
Towards 2020, Curtis claims Apple plans to launch a new iPhone SE version, including parts similar to iPhone 8. Many users still prefer small design elements for high-end devices, so The device is searchable for a number of users. Analysts say the device may arrive early next year, but some vendors are unaware of its existence.
For larger iPhone versions by 2020, it looks like Apple will make things a little bit more. The company can add support for 5G, 3D cameras on the back – which have also been reported previously – OLED screens for the entire product line and a new Touch ID form.
Apple began to avoid fingerprint identification on its iPhone after it deployed face recognition in the iPhone X and all 2018 models used Face ID. The report shows that the company can use the under-screen ultrasound fingerprint sensor for the iPhone 2020, allowing users to touch anywhere on the screen to unlock the phone.
Of course, these phones are still quite a long time to release, so they can fully update new features before they are announced.