The Next iPhone Will Have A 5G Wi-Fi Chip?

Posted on Feb 11 2013 - 6:47pm by Muhammad Umer

The new terminals from Cupertino may support the next generation 802.11ac standard, known as 5G WiFi high speed. According to Patrick Wang, an analyst at Evercore Partners, believe that Apple will use this chip in their upcoming smartphone iPhone 5S or iPhone 6.

5G WiFi is expected to reach a throughput of up to 1Gbps and will introduce the technology that significantly improves the reliability, capacity and power consumption. According to Wang, the chip that Apple will use would be the 4335 combo, which supports both WiFi 802.11ac latest generation and Bluetooth 4.0, specifically designed for smartphones and in general for all mobile devices on the square.

The new WiFi technology should cover more extensive areas with higher transfers approximately 3 times faster compared to Wi-Fi 802.11n used today. You can see more content in Full HD streaming through the use of this technology, with much lower energy consumption. The latter should be reduced by approximately 6 times compared to current technologies.

All Apple products soon to be released should make use of new technologies, in particular Wang mentions iPhone 5S (or 6) and the low-cost model that is rumored to enter the market later this year. Technology support should be assured for the next Galaxy S4.

Via | MacDailyNews

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