Apple is preparing to launch its new range of 5G-compatible products, and a new report indicates that the company expects sales similar to last year, despite the dire economic situation many find themselves in due to the pandemic.

According to a Bloomberg report, Apple has asked its suppliers to produce 75-80 million of the upcoming 5G-ready iPhones. This is in line with the company’s orders for previous generations of iPhones, indicating that the company expects sales to weather the COVID-19 storm.

These news iPhones are expected, but not confirmed, to launch in October. In addition to compatibility with blazing-fast 5G data networks, these new smartphones are expected to feature a new design and a wider range of screen sizes split across standard and Pro models. They will also feature OLED screens for the first time in the line’s history.

Apple is also rumored to be launching a wide variety of new products. These include a new iPad Air with a screen design reminiscent of the newer iPad Pro, two new Apple Watches, a smaller new version of the HomePod speaker, and the first-ever Apple-branded premium over-ear headphones.

Apple has not confirmed any of these rumored products.

Despite the damage inflicted on the global economy by the coronavirus pandemic, demand for Apple products has remained strong, especially as consumers snap up iPads and Macs in order to work or learn from home. iPhone revenue recently breezed past analyst expectations in the second quarter of 2020.