Ming-Chi Kuo throws a doubt on the 2×2 MIMO uplink support for iPhone 5G 12

Apple iPhone 12 can not support 2×2 uplink, as originally planned, according to the latest report from Ming-Chi Kuo.

TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, said in June 2019 that the 5G iPhone deployment would be to the advantage of WINNING the SEMI and Broadcom significantly, with the devices featuring six power amplifiers for 5G networking.

However, Kuo has now reduced these expectations substantially. It is now expected that the iPhone 12 to include one or two amplifiers. In the context of this change, it no longer expects that the iPhone will support 2×2 MIMO uplink.

This reduces the maximum theoretical download speed. However, if the limitation will be noticed in the real world depends heavily on the transport infrastructure. As most 5G deployments are still relatively new, it is possible that a user with a 2×2 capable device will see no difference in download speeds.

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TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, said in June 2019 that the 5G iPhone deployment would be to the advantage of WINNING the SEMI and Broadcom significantly, with the devices featuring six power amplifiers for 5G networking.

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