We’re at the dawn of 5G, , which promises to increase connectivity speeds by an order of magnitude. is due out on April 26 ( ), and is coming soon. And we’re seeing on store shelves with .
And as far as we know, the next generation iPhone will have none of it.
With to debut in 2019, the signals suggest that Apple won’t join them until 2020 — at the earliest. With the company still working to bring OLED displays to the entirety of its lineup, , despite the company having filed some . There are some rumors about laser-guided, AR-ready, 3D cameras being integrated with Face ID in the future, but the consensus is that we’ll see only incremental steps for Apple’s camera technology in the next iPhone.
But, still, this is Apple. Despite, it still made $37 billion in revenue from selling last year. The iPhone remains . So we can’t count out the possibility of Apple surprising us this fall with revolutionary features or distinctive aesthetics.