Technology Apple: First iPhone with own 5G modem 2023 expected
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Apple prepares further steps for independence from chip developer Qualcomm. From 2023, the manufacturer could build its own 5G modems in iPhones and iPads.
by processors for iPhones, iPads, Watches, and most recently the MACS, Apple from 2023 will go another step towards independence. According to the news magazine Nikkei Asia, the production of own 5G modems 2023 should begin at TSMC.Apple: Own 5G modems for iPhones from 2023
Apple's chip boss Johny Srouji had announced, which will be used in the future in iPhones and other products of the Group. An appointment for the first products with the new mobile chip did not named Srouji at that time. Now it is said that Apple is to produce in partnership with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co - short TSMC - the first 5G modems for future iPhones from 2023 in series.
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Apple plans allegedly To use TSMCs four-nanometer methods for this, which has not yet been used for a commercial product. According to the report, the modem is first developed and tested in the five-nanometer procedure before turning over 2023 into mass production in four nanometers.
That Apple could offer its own modem in two yearsaway from Qualcomm
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Apple had had a rain change in its modem suppliers in recent years. First, the manufacturer selected Qualcomm to then switch to Intel as a manufacturer for his iPhone radio chips. The iPhone farmer, however, was dissatisfied with the performance of the modems, In addition, Intel fought with the
development of 5G modems and finally gave toFor Apple, the change to own modems is likely to mean more control in the development and supply chains, but further sales profit. Because the manufacturer can reduce cost on third-party components such as Qualcomm and others. Positive modems could also affect energy efficiency and longer terms for iPhones and iPads. In addition, it is to be assumed that the modems will be part of the in-house processors of the A and perhaps also M-series in the future. Maybe then there is sometime MacBooks with 5G radio.
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