Jeff McElfresh, chief executive of at & T communications, said in an interview with CNBC that Apple’s upcoming 5g iPhone might not sell well for them because of the economic uncertainty in the global health crisis. &I do believe you’ll see a lot of iPhone users taking action to upgrade to devices, McElfresh said. < / P > < p > & quot; but I won’t predict that this will be a large-scale event. Based on the economic pressures we all face today, customers will make a calculated decision, and we will provide them with any devices that Apple will soon launch. &McElfresh added that at & t already has engineers working on the next generation of 6G networks, noting that it will take years for the technology to be fully implemented. There are no further details to share on these works. < / P > < p > Apple is widely expected to launch four new iPhones later this year, including a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models and a 6.7-inch model. Although the flagship iPhone has started at $999 in recent years, if the 5.4-inch & quot; iPhone 12 Mini & quot; starts at around $749, apple still has a chance to succeed in a price conscious market this year, as the device is expected to have OLED displays and 5g support like the higher end models in the series. Despite the impact of the global health crisis, Apple’s quarterly revenue in June hit a record $59.7 billion. As more and more customers work, study and connect with family and friends at home, strong sales of iPads and Macs drive the performance. Global Tech