iPhone 13 News: Apple’s bomb iPhone will gain a great advantage against its competitors with 13 mmWave 5G support. 5G is said to be coming to more countries.
Apple from Cupertino started to include 5G support with the iPhone 12. Now, Apple is preparing to expand this support with the iPhone 13. It seems that the iPhone will gain a great advantage over its competitors thanks to its 13 mmWave 5G support.
Known for his closeness to Apple, Ming-Chi Kuo stated that half of the iPhone 13s will have mmWave antennas. If you say why half, Apple will offer this broadband band support to certain countries. For example, there is no more 5G in Turkey. Therefore, this antenna will not be included in the models that will come to our country. Those who buy the iPhone 13 will have to buy an iPhone again in order to use 5G fully with the arrival of 5G. So Apple will be Apple again.
The DigiTimes report claims that more than 50 percent of the next generation iPhones will come with mmWave support. For now, the ultra-fast mmWave 5G iPhone 12 was only available in the US. However, with the increase of this production line, ultra-fast 5G support will be offered to European countries.
Currently, the US has about 30 percent of the iPhone’s global sales. Also, a third of the iPhone 12s are built with mmWave antennas. With the new model, it is said that all models sold in the USA will have ultra-fast 5G.
The new models, which will be powered by the Apple A15 chipset, will now come with a smaller notch. In the main and mini model, the dual camera setup will be positioned diagonally. In addition to the triple camera setup, the Pro and Pro Max will feature a LiDAR scanner.