The iPhone is about to enter the 5G era, but is it true that a 4G-only version will not be launched at all to make the price more affordable? Wedbush Securities analysts had predicted earlier that this year’s iPhone 12 would have a 4G version and a 5G version for selection, but now they have revised their forecasts.
Analysts at Wedbush Securities predict that all iPhones released by Apple in the second half of this year will also support 5G. The 4G version of iPhone 12 will be postponed to the beginning of 2021. Analyst Daniel Ives said that the 4G version of iPhone 12 will be launched in February next year, and the price will be cheaper, about $800. As for the iPhone 12 5G version, it may be more expensive than the current iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.