Apple Preparing for Expansion of mmWave iPhone 13 Models This Fall
Ahead of what is expected to be a busy fall season with multiple new product launches, Apple is enlisting additional suppliers of mmWave antennas for the iPhone 13, according to a new report from DigiTimes.
5G mmWave technology debuted in the iPhone 12, and compared to traditional sub-6Ghz, mmWave offers significantly faster speeds but is limited in distance. Currently, mmWave iPhone 12 models are only available in the United States, but this fall, Apple is planning a larger expansion of mmWave iPhones to more countries worldwide.
mmWave technology has increased in adoption in cities; however, with the iPhone 13 expanding the technology to more customers, it may push countries to adopt mmWave infrastructure faster. DigiTimes reports that Apple is planning to boost the ratio of 5G mmWave iPhones to as many as to 60% of its 2021 iPhone lineup, with shipments reaching 90 million units.
Apple is expected to sharply boost the ratio of 5G mmWave devices to 60% of its new iPhone lineup in 2021, with such models estimated to approach 90 million units, the sources said, adding that each mmWave iPhone will require four AiP modules, significantly driving up demand for AiP substrates.
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To top that, attach a random pdf and point to some research from 1994 to warn us that NOW 5G would be a hazard to our eyes. Priceless FUD.
Apple will have to skip 14 too because 14 is a number used by Nuestra Familia gang members (N is 14th letter of alphabet) in Northern California. Don't want huge groups of them lining up outside Apple stores during release day.
Best if Apple just skips the numbers altogether. Just call it iPhone. I mean, Macs don't have numbers associated with them. We don't have MacBook Pro 1, MacBook Pro 2, etc.