The next 5.4-inch iPhone will be similar to the iPhone 8

A new report suggests that Apple is working on a device similar to the iPhone 8 with Face ID, allowing for the integration of a larger 5.4-inch screen.

The Japanese site Mac Otakara shared a somewhat confused rumor about Apple’s iPhone 2020 range, suggesting that the 5.4-inch iPhone Apple is working on will be sized similarly to the iPhone 8.

Citing Apple vendors who performed at CES, Mac Otakara says that Apple ” could develop Face ID models alongside Touch ID models as an updated version of ‌iPhone 8 ‌”.

This seems to refer to the iPhone SE 2  or ‌iPhone 9 that Apple has in development, but a further mention of the 5.4-inch iPhone with Face ID suggests that it actually refers to the 5.4-inch high-end device. scheduled for autumn 2020.

Mac Otakara claims that the 5.4-inch iPhone avrà will have a body size equal to that of the iPhone 7 and a rear camera that is ” much larger than that seen on the Phone 8 ‌”. By using the TrueDepth camera system and removing the Home button, the active area of ​​the display measures 5.4 inches, although the size of the device will be similar to the iPhone. “

The iPhone 8 (and iPhone 7) features a 4.7-inch display along with thick upper and lower bezels that provide space for the front-facing camera and the Home button. By eliminating bezels, Apple can offer a larger display in a smaller body . The 5.4-inch iPhone will be the smallest “iPhone” that Apple has offered since 2017‌.

There are a lot of rumors about future iPhones right now, but it appears that Apple will release four to five new iPhones in 2020 . The first will arrive in the spring of 2020 and will be a successor to the iPhone SE 2‌ with ouchTouch ID‌ and a single lens camera.

In the fall, Apple will introduce three or four new flagship iPhones in the 5.4, 6.1 and 6.7-inch size options and these iPhones will feature edge-to-edge displays , 5G connectivity , multi-lens cameras and more. . Initial rumors suggest that we should expect three iPhones in the fall of 2020, but a JPMorgan analyst recently said that there could potentially be two 6.1-inch iPhones, a prediction that was quickly confirmed by well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

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