- A new chip in the iPhone 13 is about to establish a direct connection to satellites.
- This will make it possible to make calls without cell phone reception.
- This technology may become the standard in the future.
that iphone 13 According to reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the so-called LEO should be able to establish a connection to satellites. This means that in the future you will be able to make calls and send text messages without cell phone reception.
As MacRumors Quoting Kuo, a modified version of the Qualcomm X60 chip will be used in the new Apple cell phone.
iPhone 13: RenderBuilder
The technology should be compared to SpaceX’s Starlink technology. There is a direct connection to its own satellites via antennas, which enables better reception and the user is no longer dependent on the mobile phone provider’s service areas.
Cooperation with Globalstar?
According to the report, instead of building its own satellite network, Apple will probably work with the Globalstar provider. You may then be able to book satellite telephony through your mobile operator. The analyst also sees this technology as having a similar impact on the future of 5G. In his opinion, it may find its way into other Apple products in the future.
It remains to be seen whether the function will actually be used in the new iPhone generation. It is also doubtful whether the new feature will then be available in Germany as well.
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