A new leak appears to claim that Apple is ditching its plans to produce its own 5G iPhone modem, but the claim may just mean that the first effort is complete.
Data gleaned from iPhone 15 Pro 5G speed tests suggest that users will see a notable download boost, but that's still assuming that you've got good network coverage.
Backing up previous rumors, analysts from Barclays claim that supply chain sources say the iPhone SE 4 has been pushed back a year to 2025.
Apple has inked a deal with Broadcom to produce 5G components to be used in its products, in what is described as a multi-year, multi-billion-dollar agreement.
Two firms are reportedly competing to handle the final packaging of Apple's in-house 5G modem for future iPhone models.
The beta of iOS 16.4 reportedly includes support for technology that can make real-world performance of 5G networks faster.
The iPhone SE 4 may not have been canceled after all, with the compact model expected to sport both an OLED display and use Apple's in-house baseband chip.
The 2023 iPhone 15 will be the last model with a Qualcomm 5G chip, if the modem supplier's CEO is right.
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