From using Qualcomm modems to its own in-house solutions, Apple has long been looking to turn it off. Apple will finally start using its custom 5G modems in 2023 and will build on TSMC’s 4nm protocol, a new report from Nikkei Asia suggests. A report by Ming-Chi Kuo also speculates that Apple will switch to its indoor modem in 2023 initially, before that.
Apple has been looking for a new service for its smartphone modems since Qualcomm dropped in 2018 due to patent disputes although it still uses Qualcomm’s X60 in the iPhone 13 series. 1 billion. Almost a year ago, Apple confirmed that it was working on its own 5G modems and even launched a major R&D company in Munich, Germany.