Barclays said it expects Apple to start producing new products sometime in July or August.IPhoneHowever, the "output decreased by about 10% year-on-year" to 65 million units. As people continue to respondMobile phoneSales of Apple's iPhone have stagnated due to longer usage and persistent disadvantages in China.
"The design of the iPhone before more material updates (5G, world facing 3D, acoustic fingerprints) in 2020 has changed relatively little," Barclays said, noting that Apple will add another camera behind the new iPhone and that it will be available at the same time.OLEDAnd the LCD screen version, like last year's iPhone XS / XS Max and XR.
"We expect LG to eventually become Apple's second source of OLED (10-30%)," the company said.
Apple Inc. in its newer iPhone andIPadPro products are promoting FaceID, its face recognition product, and it seems that Touch ID fingerprint sensors are gradually being abandoned. But when Barclays analysts mentioned "acoustic fingerprints", they hinted that they thought Apple would put fingerprint readers on the screen, just like Samsung.HUAWEILike other mobile phone companies like OnePlus.
Barclays Bank's report is consistent with Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple analyst at Tianfeng International Securities, who said that Apple plans to build 5G and 2019 iPhones in 2020.
Barclays analysts also said that Apple might plan to launch a follow-up version of the iPhone SE. Apple launched the iPhone SE in 2016 with a 4-inch display to attract consumers who want smaller, more affordable phones. Barclays said that "a handful of suppliers" said the iPhone would be waterproof in early 2020.
"Although it's reasonable that Apple will still release a small phone in 2020, it was a bit confusing for us in the early days, and preliminary sales estimates seem too strong (we heard 20 million to 30 million in the first half)," Barclays said.