We all know very well that there is a lot of talk about 5G technology and its incredible speeds. In countries such as India, it is already in the testing phase by some company, and it is expected to make a significant change in the way of understanding the relationship with the digital world. Hence, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Apple to launch 5G iPhone with Intel 5G modem.
WoW! Apple To Launch 5G iPhone
There is a lot of talk about 5G technology and its incredible speeds. In countries such as India, it is already in the testing phase by some company, and it is expected to make a significant change in the way of understanding the relationship with the digital world.
Not only by speed but by latency as well, which would be kept to a minimum. And the tech giant Apple, aware of the pull of it and preparing its next devices on the chip that will allow the tech giant Apple launch its next 5G iPhone. However, the tech giant Apple will not the 5G iPhone next year, as it is expected to be launched in 2020.
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Intel will make the 5G modem
It had been previously commented that the tech giant Apple itself would be in charge of developing and manufacturing the modem, an option that according to an anonymous source cited by the Fast Company will not take place.
Moreover, this chip will be 8161 and will be manufactured according to a process of 10 nanometers, and is the evolution of one that is currently under testing, the 8160 and that will be used for prototypes.
It seems that the tech giant Apple was not very happy with the way to process the heat dissipation of Intel chips, but confident in the future resolution of this incidence, all before returning to resume working with Qualcomm. As we already know the amount of litigation that has taken place between both companies, of course, the tech giant Apple and Qualcomm. In fact, the chips of the new iPhone have been in the hands of Intel.
However, the 5G technology will offer speeds higher than 4G in the order of 10 to 100 times more and will have integration not only in mobile communications but in digital societies and fields as diverse as biomedicine or traffic regulation and autonomous cars. So, what do you think about this? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.