iPhone lovers may expect some huge changes in this year’s models. Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated last year that the 2019 iPhone models would have a new antenna technology embedded in them. Presently, the latest iPhone models are equipped with Liquid Crystal Polymer material in the antennas.
MacRumors recent research claims that Apple will use MPI material for antennas in 2019 models. The LCP material that they are using right now is limiting the performance of RF on iPhone models. The MPI material is easily available in the market and even producing it is very cheap when compared to LCP. Kuo has said that the LCP material issues will be sorted out by 2020 and then the same will be used in the 5G models that will be released in 2020.
He said that shifting to the MPI material will give a number of suppliers to Apple. The other leading companies in the market are launching their 5G flagship devices this year, but Apple won’t do it until 2020. The same LCP material will be used in iPads. The company is expected to ship these iPad Pro models in 2019 fourth quarter.
Three rear cameras and updated selfie sensor will be provided with the latest iPhone models- according to a report. These mobiles are expected to have 6.1 inch and 6.5 inch OLED display screens.
In his previous post, Kuo stated that Apple would also bring reverse wireless charging technology in the new iPhone models.