According to Bloomberg, Apple is reportedly set to launch four new iPhone models during its annual fall keynote, including the iPad, HomePod and a new Apple Watch.
The 5G technology in the new Apple iPhones will enable an access to a a wireless network that guarantees swift internet and response time compared to Apple’s current LTE models.
According to the report, the giant tech company has required suppliers to produce more than 75 million of Apple 5G iPhone.
The numbers of the Apple 5G iPhone expected to increase to 80 million after the expected launch towards the shopping season for the holidays.
Apple is also set to launch two new models of its Watch and also its premier over-ear headphones, but this time around not under the Beats but the Apple brand.
In the headphones business, Apple has become a major stakeholder in that industry, following a forecast by Wedbush that the tech company will make a 90 million sales of AirPods units in 2020 as compared to its previous sales of 65 million units in 2019.
Apple is also planning to exclude complimentary wired headphones with the expected 5G iPhones.
The tech company may also unveil its latest version of iPad Air tablet, this launch will see the removal of removal of the home button to favour an all-screen design that has a semblance with the iPad Pro.
The reports from Bloomberg has indicate that Apple is working on its new Apple TV device with a modified remote control and a swift processor, however the tech company noted that the streaming box may not be available for shipping till 2021.
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