We are still more than 9 months away from Apple launching its next-gen Apple iPhone 13 series. Just like every year, we have already started receiving leaks, predictions, and more suggesting the various features and functionalities of the upcoming iPhone 13 models. The analysts at Barclays spoke to several Apple suppliers and according to a tip-off, the iPhone 13 models may support the upgraded Wi-Fi 6E.
The current iPhone models support Wi-Fi 6 which is seriously faster than its previous generations. However, Wi-Fi 6E takes it a step further as it is extended into the untapped 6 GHz band. This allows it to have more airspace untapped by the current 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi. It also results in faster data rates, lower latency, and higher performance thanks to less interference and increased bandwidth to name a few.
According to Vijay Natarajan who is an executive at chipmaker Broadcom, the 6GHz is sought to become the most disruptive tech for Wi-Fi users. With the abundant spectrum available and partnered with Wi-Fi, this tech can potentially enable users with fine consumer experiences handling their wearables, AR and VR, and smartphones among other devices that haven’t been invented yet.
Barclays reports that the audio chipmaker Cirrus Logic is likely going to supply a new power conversion chip to the upcoming iPhone models. On the other hand, Apple is also working on integrating its modem that will replace Intel’s modem on the future iPhones.
Reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo added in a previous report that Apple will launch all the iPhone 13 models on its usual timeline i.e. by the end of September 2021. Kuo has a reputation as one of the most reliable sources when it comes to Apple products. Barclays has supplied some reliable leaks as well. We also have leaks around the iPhone 13 camera setup as well.
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