iPhone Without Any Ports To Be Released By Apple In 2021

Apple’s 2021 flagship iPhone is said to kill off the Lightning port. It will depend on the experience of fully wireless charging and syncing through 9to5Mac.

2021 could also be a year of a major iPhone update. Now, a new report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple plans to launch fully wireless experience in 2021.

Moving to a completely wireless system would have massive implications across the technology industry. Kuo also predicts with this what to expect from Apple’s 2020.

In addition, he also states in the note that Apple may launch five new phones in 2020.

According to him, iPhone SE 2 with 4.7-inch LCD display and a similar form factor to the iPhone 8 will be among the five phones.

Kuo’s note says Apple plans four high-end triple-camera OLED 5G iPhones with two sizes: a 6.1-inch version and a 6.7-inch model. Together with improvements in camera systems, the main difference in these versions would be the screen size. A dual-camera version in two sizes of 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch is also expected.

The 2021 iPhone SE 2 will most likely have an all-screen model with no Face ID authentication button. It’s quite likely that this will look like the future of iPhones as Kuo has a good reputation for predicting the plans of Apple.

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