Apple iPhone 12 / Pro: Ultra-fast 5G millimeter wave similar Snapdragon X55

Apple self-developed iPhone “high-end” baseband chip exposure such as Apple iPhone 12 / Pro: Supports ultra-fast 5G millimeter wave similar to Snapdragon X55

According to data from the IT house on December 19, Research Institute Trend-Force, the huge sales of Apple iPhone 12 / Pro models have increased the demand for Qualcomm’s 5G modem and RF chips. Which will help drive the chipmaker’s revenue. 2020. In the third quarter of the year, it exceeded its rival Broadcom.

Foreign media told MacRumors. In a research report that was shared today, Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis, Thomas O’Malley, Tim Long and colleagues provided some additional details about Apple’s internal modem, saying that this chip is “a very high-end modem” Will be. The iPhone 12 model supports the ultra-fast mm-Wave 5G, just like Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X55 modem.

Apple iPhone 12 / Pro 5G

“We believe that Apple has actually been developing this 5G modem for over a year, and is a very high-end modem. It also includes support for mm-Wave and chipsets.” The analyst said. “We do not believe that they are [studying] any RF component outside the mm-Wave.”

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Gadget Pixels is informed. That millimeter wave mm-Wave is a set of 5G frequencies that promise to achieve ultra-fast speeds in short distances. So it is best suited for dense urban areas. In contrast, 5G below 6G is generally slower than mm-Wave. But the signal travels far and does better in suburban and rural areas. Mm-Wave support for the iPhone 12 model is limited to the United States.

As part of the 2019 settlement, Apple and Qualcomm announced that they had reached a multi-year chipset supply agreement. So it is likely that it will be at least a few years ago. Apple’s internal modems will appear when iPhone and iPad devices. Apple iPhone 12 is supports ultra fast 5G.

Bloomberg recently reported that Apple has started developing its own cellular modem for future iPhones such as Apple iPhone 12 / Pro and other.According to the news, Johnny Sorji, Senior Vice President of Hardware Technology, shared this information in a meeting with Apple employees. The move was expected to take place after many acquisitions of Intel’s smartphone modem business last year.

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