Apple’s A13 Bionic, seen in the iPhone 11 lineup, is already the fastest smartphone chip on the market — and it isn’t even close. Next year’s iPhones will presumably come equipped with an A14. And we can only imagine what that chip will be capable of, particularly since it may just be Apple’s first piece of silicon to be created with a 5nm chip-making process.
Speaking of internals, Apple may also officially ditch the Lightning port in next year’s devices in favor of USB-C. While there has been a ton of back-and-forth on this matter, a switch to USB-C would bring the 2020 iPhones more in-line with the rest of Apple’s current lineup. It could also have positive effects on charging and data transfer speeds.