Apple is seemingly planning to support the next-generation Wi-Fi 802.11ay spec on its iPhone 12 lineup later this year. This standard is still in draft stages and it is expected to be finalized by the end of this year.
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Apple will be designing the antenna modules required for 5G on the iPhone 12. The company had earlier planned on using Qualcomm’s QTM525 mmWave antenna module but its design was not aligning with the iPhone 12 design.
Earlier this week, Samsung announced its Galaxy S20 lineup. Jumping on the 5G bandwagon, the company has made sure that all the three different S20 variants support 5G. Apple also plans on doing something similar as it intends to launch all iPhone 12 models later this year with 5G. The launch of the Galaxy S20 gives us a good idea of some of the changes that Apple will have to make to its iPhone lineup this year as well due to 5G.
Three, the cellular carrier in the UK, is rolling out 5G networks just ahead of the launch of Apple’s next-generation iPhones. The Cupertino-based firm’s upcoming smartphones are expected to feature 5G connectivity.
Reliable TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple will not be including 2×2 MIMO uplink as he had previously claimed based on supply-chain developments.
Despite the ongoing coronavirus outbreak causing disruption to the iPhone 12 production schedule, Apple intends to announce the device as per its usual timeframe in September.
It is being rumored that Apple might bring a new color to the upcoming iPhones so that you can flaunt your brand new iPhone and differentiate them from older models, come holiday 2020.
Mac Otakara is out with a new report on Apple’s upcoming 2020 iPhones that is based on information received from the company’s suppliers. The report sheds light on the thickness and dimension of the upcoming iPhones. It also claims that these new iPhones will have the same “casing design” as the iPhone 11 series.
Rumors and reports about the 2020 iPhones are already trickling in. We have a fair idea about what the new iPhones will offer. We have also learned that TSMC is tasked with producing Apple’s A14 chips by employing a 5nm process. Jason Cross from MacWorld has detailed all that we can expect from A14 chip.