The much-talked-about iPhone 15 upgrade fall like a flyand now, one of the biggest looks is sure to miss the cut.
Apple’s much-hyped in-house 5G modem will no longer debut with the release of the iPhone 15 series in 2023, marking a major setback for Apple’s modem division. This has been clarified following a comment from Qualcomm.
Bloomberg has revealed that despite working on the chip since 2020, Apple has suffered a significant setback that has caused delays. It is reported to be overheating.”
Respected industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo went further, saying of modem development:may have failedApple claims it may have to resort to Qualcomm in the near future.Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu agreed last month, saying that Apple’s modems Missing iPhone launches in both 2023 and 2024.
But it’s the first time we’ve heard from an Apple partner, and Qualcomm’s announcement adds considerable weight to those pessimistic predictions.In 2019, Apple bought Intel’s 5G modem business for $1 billion. Such a delay would have been inconceivable when Intel has already shipped smartphone modems, and Apple used them in the iPhone 11 series.
So it’s hard to understand why this project proved to be so difficult. Apple is known for the tight integration of its components, so if we’re going to risk speculation, that’s probably where we ran into trouble.
Meanwhile, Qualcomm’s next-generation 5G modem very impressiveand early leaks suggest there’s still a lot to like about Apple’s iPhone 15 plans. Renewal of the standard model And the all-new iPhone 15 Ultra has titanium chassis When Double-sided front cameraTilt the USB-C hot as well, but far from certain.
Either way, Apple looks determined to explode in 2023. Overwhelming sales slump of iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.