Report: Apple might start releasing iPhones twice a year, four 5G iPhones to come in 2020
A report from CNBC today cites J.P. Morgan analysts who predict Apple is going to change up its launch strategy for 2021. In a note from the analysts citing supply chains, it's predicted that Apple would shift to launching iPhones twice a year. For many years, Apple released iPhones in the fall, leading up to the holiday season.
The report states "the shift in strategy would allow Apple to smooth its traditional seasonality and give the company increased flexibility to change its products within a six-month time frame and compete with other device makers that launch new phones throughout...
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