Apple may remove connectivity ports for 2021 iPhones for a wireless experience
An Apple iPhone without any ports? How does that work? While this is not official, but having to read this from reputable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo does intrigue us. According to this new research notes for the 2021 iPhone lineup, Apple could potentially not install any ports at all and will rely on a wireless experience.
That's right, the Lightning port may disappear but that doesn't mean the USB Type-C would make its way to the new iPhones in 2021. Obviously, the wireless experience is for charging and syncing but this could also change the game in the tech industry. From a bigger picture point of view, this could change the cables and audio manufacturers business, as well as consumers on how they use the iPhones.
Besides that, Kuo's research note further gave more insights into the 2020 iPhone series. Alongside the rumoured iPhone SE 2 which will feature a 4.7-inch LCD display, there will be another 4 new 2020 iPhones with OLED displays, 5G connectivity, triple camera setup + ToF technology, and a new 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch model for the pro variants. Speaking of two new display sizes, the other two vanilla variants will feature a 5.4-inch and a 6.1-inch size.
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