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Apple Unveiled First 5G iPhone Expected In Media Event On 13 October

Apple announced new 5G iPhone in September, but in this year the launch was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic disrupted supply chains. 

Previously, Apple said new iPhones would be slightly shipped later than usual, in this year.

Creating a 5G iPhone connected could improve the digital service of Apple, such as Apple TV+. 

While iPhones have typically been the biggest sales driver of Apple, the company is rapidly increasing reliant on services to diversify its sales.

But, Apple is somewhat late to the 5G phone game. 

The new phone of Apple will join a growing list of options from Motorola, Google, Samsung, LG, Huawei, and others. 

In recent weeks Apple have brought a flurry of some new products from tech companies. 

Though, the traditionally splashy launch events were forced to go virtual this year due to Covid-19. 

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Last month, the company Apple took the unusual step of applying its September event to show off new iPads, Apple Watches, and a new fitness subscription service — rather than its latest iPhones (CNN).

Key Points

  • Apple just unveiled its product launch event on Oct. 13 where it’s expected to reveal the next iPhone model.
  • The date comes after Apple revealed the new iPad Air, Apple Watch Series 6, and 8th-generation iPad during an event in September.
  • Notably the iPhone was absent from the September event, but previously Apple had warned that the launch would be delayed by a few weeks.

According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the design of the new phone will be similar to the iPhone 4 of 2010, 

A leading Apple analyst. Screen sizes include a 5.4-inch model.

It may be called the iPhone mini.

According to some rumors, two with 6.1-inch screens, and a big model with a 6.7-inch display.

According to Kuo, who also said that Apple won’t include headphones or a charger in the box.

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