iPhone may 12, custom 5G antenna with Qualcomm modems

After settling her legal battle with Qualcomm last year, and securing a 5G chip supply for its 2020, iPhones, things seemed to be looking to Apple making the next-gen cellular standard for its iPhone 12 range. However, a new report published today indicates that Apple is not satisfied with Qualcomm antenna designed to work with its 5G chips and he can do his own… for this fall iPhones.

Fast Society anonymous source says that Qualcomm HIM 525 5G antenna does not work with the draft of the thickness of the Apple to 2020 iPhones.

But even if Apple is working on its own 5G antenna to work with Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G chip, the source said Fast Company that Apple could still fall back and use Qualcomm 5G antenna.

Noted by Fast CompanyApple has a messy hi with the design of its own antennas, such as the iPhone 4 and “antennagate” that ensued. With the size of the 5G beginnings should be, this would be a bad time for a similar scenario. And in addition, Fast Companycomprehensive source of 5G, the antennas are a little more subtle than the 4G ones.

Beyond the Apple to want to keep its 2020 iPhones thicker because of Qualcomm 5G antenna, another reason, it may be to want to do its own could be some bad blood left over from its lawsuit with Qualcomm.

Apple has hesitated to 525 millimeter-wave antenna module is proposed by Qualcomm because it doesn’t fit into the stylish industrial design of Apple wants the new phone, a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans said Fast Company. Qualcomm will provide the 5G modem chip–its Snapdragon X55, also used in the new Samsung Galaxy S20 phones–the newest iPhone, which will most likely be announced in the fall.

Fast Society anonymous source says that Qualcomm HIM 525 5G antenna does not work with the draft of the thickness of the Apple to 2020 iPhones.

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Apple has hesitated to 525 millimeter-wave antenna module is proposed by Qualcomm because it doesn’t fit into the stylish industrial design of Apple wants the new phone, a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans said Fast Company. Qualcomm will provide the 5G modem chip–its Snapdragon X55, also used in the new Samsung Galaxy S20 phones–the newest iPhone, which will most likely be announced in the fall.

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