The Cupertino-based technology giant Apple will deliver its 5G modem in iPhones from the year 2022.
According to a recent report by Fast Company, Apple is expected to start its initial iPhone using a 5G modem from September 2020 using a Qualcomm chip indoors.
To grab control of its 5G technology when possible, Apple purchased Intel’s modem company earlier this year to create yet another bit of its hardware in house without being reliant on spouses.
According to the report, Apple’s creation of this next-gen modem will probably be led by Esin Terzioglu, who functioned as Qualcomm’s Vice President of Engineering before he had been hired from the iPhone manufacturer in 2017.
Apple had ceased working with the major 5G modem supplier, Qualcomm, due to a dispute over its licensing charges.
Included in this settlement, Apple agreed to get Qualcomm’s 5G processors also to utilize it within its 5G-enabled iPhone, which is scheduled for launch in 2020.