Future iPhone Could Use Apple In-House 5G Modem
Apple is believed to be exploring another project that could help the company step away from wireless chips manufacturers, as it’s seeking engineers for what could be its very own 5G modem designing group.
At this point, the LTE modem used inside the iPhone is manufactured by Qualcomm, but given Apple’s current relationship with the San Diego firm, Intel is increasingly seen as the number-one supplier of chips for the next-generation smartphones.
And a job posting on Apple’s own website indicates that Cupertino has bigger plans in this regard, as it’s seeking an engineer to “be at the center of a silicon design group.”
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While the message is rather cryptic, there are hints that designing 5G modems for iPhones is the objective, as Apple says that the project is aimed at delivering “functional products to hundreds of millions of customers.” As <a href="https://www.cultofmac.com/544881/apple-might-make-its-own-ultra-fast-iphone-… (read more)
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