Apple Will Use Qualcomm’s 5G Modems On iPhones Till 2023, Says New Document Leak


With the starting of 2020, most of the tech giants started emphasising more on 5G technology in their latest gadgets. Tech giants like Samsung and Huawei have already incorporated 5G technology in their latest smartphones. And now, the latest report suggests that Apple is also turning towards 5G by partnering with chipmaker Qualcomm to incorporate 5G modems in the upcoming iPhones.

According to a report from a report by German news outlet, they reveal a public document that shows the details of the partnership between Qualcomm and Apple. This public document was published by the US International Trade Commission. It is in the public domain and can be read in its entirety here. Parts of the documents that highlight specifics such as price and the hardware’s technical specifications are hidden.

Apple Qualcomm 5G modem

However, the document itself verifies that we could see the upcoming Apple iPhones with an in-built 5G modem. The first 5G-ready iPhone will make its debut with a Snapdragon X55 modem, its successor with a Snapdragon X60, the one after that with a Snapdragon X65 model and the last one with a Snapdragon X70 modem.

It will be quite interesting to see how Apple incorporates 5G modem in their upcoming iPhones. We already know that Apple has been hard at work developing them, and it is unlikely that Apple will abandon them outright. However, looking at the launch of 5G phones from some of its rivalry brands like Samsung, the company has finally decided to kick off the process faster by incorporating 5G modem from Qualcomm.

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