Not three, but four new iPhone out in the fall of 2020, predicts the firm JP Morgan, which also plans a new launch strategy from 2021.
The next range would consist of two "Pro" models of 6.1 and 6.7 "and two models below 6.1 and 5.4". The first pair would have three optics on the back and a flight time sensor in the rear block (to improve the interpretation in 3D) while the others would stick to two lenses like the iPhone 11 and no 3D sensor.
The 5G modem versions Pro would benefit from millimeter waves, those capable of higher speeds in exchange for a reduced distance. What we should find mostly in the city.
From 2021, JP Morgan expects Apple to launch its launches in the year, with 2 new iPhone per semester. Maybe it's inspired by what the Chinese manufacturers or Samsung with its Galaxy S (spring) and Galaxy A / Galaxy Note (summer). And to better distribute sales in the year, since today most of the activity is concentrated on the second half.
JP Morgan suggests that this would also allow Apple to make changes to its designs more frequently.