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We are inviting here those individuals you can’t imagine their life without Internet and without iPhone. It is announced that Apple may release first 5G iPhone in 2020. A new report claims that first 5G iPhone will come in 2020.
“Hardware manufacturers are also getting ready, with plans already in motion for a number of devices that will take advantage of those faster networks”, indicates www.theverge.com.
[The FCC granted Apple approval to experiment with 5G technology last year, laying the groundwork for a 5G phone down the road. A report in Fast Company cites “a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans,” who says that the phone will be released in 2020].
Another announcement is that the company is going to use Intel’s 8161 5G modem chip, though the fact, that there are still some technical issues around heat dissipation that need to be resolved.
According to the data of theverge.com Apple is now using Intel for the modems in its 2018 phone lineup, but still there is no plan to use the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi chips for the 2020 model.
Apple mentions “5G customer engagements and roadmap have not changed for 2018 through 2020. We remain committed to our 5G plans and projects.” So, it’s a great news for those people who are always using the cellular Internet.
You can also get acquainted with the latest news of iPad Pro in our Forcetoknow.com website. The premium tablets now come in three sizes: a brand-new 11-inch model, a redesigned 12.9-inch version and the 10.5-inch model from 2017.
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