All of Apple’s next-generation iPhones to be released next year will reportedly be 5G-capable.
According to a Nikkei Asia report, Apple will not introduce any new 4G models next year. The company will begin selling a version of its iPhone SE that is compatible with the next-generation communication standard.
The budget 5G iPhone is expected to start selling as early as the first half of 2022 and will be powered by Apple's own A15 processor. 5G connectivity will be powered by Qualcomm's X60 modem chip, according to the report.