Apple May Be releasing 5 new iPhones In This Year 2020
The new report was released earlier this morning by the well-known #Apple analyst Guo Minghao. The document reveals the introduction of five new #iPhones in 2020 by Apple. These devices support Sub-6GHz technology / millimeter wave. Again, Guo Minghau quoted the forecasts for the five iPhone models for 2020 from the previous report. There will be a new 4.7-inch LCD model 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch (rear dual camera), 6.1-inch (rear triple camera) and 6.7-inch OLED.
Apple's 5 G version of the iPhone will be available with Sub-6GHz and Sub-6GHz+ versions. The current development of mmWave iPhone Sub-6GHz+ is underway for mmWave models. This smartphone is likely to be shipped at the end of Q3 2020 or early Q4 2020. With Sub-6GHz and mmWave support added, Guo Minghao expects to deliver the iPhones by 2020 to 80–85 million units by 2020. This is higher than the 2019 iPhone 11 total of 75 million units.
Apple is going to fight a case involving another American company in other reports. According to recent media reports, Masimo, an American technology company, has accused Apple of stealing trade secrets. The company also accused Cupertino of wrongly using its Watch's health monitoring patents.
Cecacor, a subsidiary of Masimo, also filed a federal court case claiming that, on grounds of entering into a working relationship and engaging Masimo employees, the Cupertino company received confidential information. In a suit Masimo has alleged that Apple infringes 10 of its patents by developing signal processing technology for medical monitoring equipment. Masimo and Cercacor said that Apple is important for addressing Apple Watch performance issues through its non-intrusive detection technology. These methods include the use of light and detectors in blood oxygen and heart rate measures.
In 2013, the American company approached Masimo, according to an indictment at the federal court in Santa Ana, California. Apple says it "would like to know more about and integrate Masimo in Apple's products."
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