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Apple analyst gives his views on next generation iPhones, claims to bring 5G to all upcoming models

Ming-Chi Kuo an Apple analyst recently made a note that all models of next generation of Apple's iPhones will arrive with support to both mmWave and sub-6GHz bands. According to him, this will allow the upcoming so called iPhone 12, iPhone Pro and iPhone Max users to establish a better connection to 5G network towers across the Stateside. We also read that, Kuo is expecting the Americans to use 5G modems manufactured by Qualcomm in their future devices. Another observation of Kuo claims that Apple may use the LCP (Liquid Crystal Polymer) antenna design. LCP is a beneficial material used in making phone antenna technology and it is said to perform exceptionally well across different temperatures with very less rate of signal reception loss. Ming-Chi Kuo also predicted that the shipment allocation of 5G iPhone models carrying the LCP antenna will increase about 70-75% in 2020. The reason behind his finding is that the 2020 iPhones will adopt to use Liquid Crystal Polymer antennas, the production of iPhone 7 that doesn't feature the LCP antennas has been discontinued and iPhone XR shipments will decline eventually. So basically as noted by Kuo, Apple is reportedly focusing more on LCP antenna technology across smartphone industry, which is said to deliver their users with improved performance with 5G technology.

Source: 9TO5Mac