Apple recently unveiled its three latest models in the iPhone range last month. The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max are the flagship devices from Apple that offer stellar performance, battery life, and camera prowess. However, it hasn't even been a month since the launch, and rumours for next year are already popping up.
Reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has come out with details around Apple's announcements for 2020. Considering most of his predictions are usually bang on, we could be looking at a pretty eventful 2020 for the Cupertino giant. Let's have a look at what all is expected from Apple next year.
Starting with the successor of this year's iPhone 11 range, Apple could upgrade the series with three new iPhone 12 models. We can expect a couple big upgrades to the design of the phones. Firstly, we could see Apple going back to the iPhone 4 chassis design with the upcoming iPhone variants. Second, we could see them removing the notch completely, and shifting the camera and other sensors to the bezel. iPhone 12 models are expected to launch in September 2020.
We could finally see the much-demanded successor to the compact iPhone SE early next year. The iPhone SE 2 might launch in the first quarter of 2020 and could sport a chassis similar to the iPhone 8. Apart from the design, it is expected to sport flagship internals, making it the budget buy for most.
iPad Pro is also expecting a yearly refresh in the first half of 2020, with top of the line specifications and possible design changes.