After the numerous rumors about the iPhone 2020, which should include the iPhone SE 2 and several iPhone 12, Rosenblatt Securities analysts have published their expectations on these devices and on the next production plans for the iPhone 11.
Jun Zhang, analyst Rosenblatt, said Apple was cutting 25 percent of the production of the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max for the December and March quarters. In total, Zhang expects that the production of the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max will drop by 60% from one quarter to the next until March. This decline in production may be attributed the lower interest for 4G smartphones, according to the analyst.
It must be remembered, however, that Morgan Stanley's analyst, Katy Huberty, refuted these claims. Huberty says it recently met with Apple's chief financial officer, Luca Maestri, and the iPhone's supply chain partners, confirming that all indications point to the fact that the iPhone 11 series is solid across the board. and that there will be no major cuts in the next two quarters. So far, other analysts have been much more optimistic about the range iPhone 11, so exceed all expectations.
As seen yesterday, the Rosenblatt analyst also predicts that Apple will launch a total of six new iPhone 12 models between late September and early October 2020:
- iPhone 12 4G with 6.1 inch LCD screen and dual rear camera;
- iPhone 12 Pro 4G with 5.4-inch OLED screen and dual rear camera;
- iPhone 12 Pro 5G with 5.4 inch OLED notch and dual rear camera;
- iPhone 12 Pro Plus 4G with 6.1-inch OLED screen and triple rear camera with 3D ToF sensor;
- iPhone 12 Pro Plus 5G with 6.1-inch OLED screen, triple rear camera with 3D ToF sensor;
- iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G with 6.1-inch OLED screen, triple rear camera with 3D ToF sensor.