Apple is ready to Launch it’s First 5G iPhone in 2020
In this highly competitive market, every telecom company is striving to get on the top. Scientists and developers work on new advancements every day. There is a rapid increase in upgrades as well as new technologies. Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, and OPPO etc are some of the big names in the game. They are all moving from 4G to 5G next year. These companies are developing smartphones with high-speed 5G network enabled for a better and faster internet experience. Apple, on the other hand, is taking its sweet time to bring this change. According to sources, we will get the first 5G enabled iPhone in 2 years.
The first 5G iPhone will see the light in 2020, according to a report by an American business magazine, Fast Company. The report mentions the chips and modems that will be used in this new phone. Previously, Apple has used modems from Qualcomm and Intel since 2016, but the company will most likely stick to Intel’s modem from now on. iPhone will be using Intel’s 10 nanometers 8161 modem chip, exclusively.
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5G technology is basically the fifth generation of cellular mobile communications, succeeding 4G, 3G, and 2G. It provides faster, more energy saving, cost reductive, and higher system capacity along with many great advancements. With an estimated speed of around 6-GHz, 5G services already sound promising and successful. 5G is still in the works but will soon hit the market, not only in developed, but underdeveloped countries as well. Pakistan, already being on the same page as the world in telecommunication technology, will introduce 5G services for its population next year. The previous two bands 3G and 4G have had great success rates in Pakistan, with around 56 million subscribers.
Apple fans will have to wait for at least two years before you can enjoy the fast 5G services. Now, this is a hard choice for them to make because Apple lovers can never accept or use Android. But, everyone enjoys the faster internet and network speeds at the same time. Let’s see if the true fans are moved here.