The upcoming iPhone 13 is speculated to come with Wi-Fi 6E support. This news comes to us by Barclays analysts. The iPhone 12 launched earlier this year came with Wi-Fi 6 support.
The Wi-Fi 6E will have all the features and capabilities of Wi-Fi 6. Besides, it will including higher performance, lower latency, and faster data rates, extended into the 6 GHz band. This additional spectrum will provide a lot more airspace beyond existing 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi. As a result, there will be increased bandwidth and less interference for devices that support Wi-Fi 6E.
As the Cisco executive, Jayanthi Srinivasan put it, “Wi-Fi 6’s growth into the 6 GHz spectrum is a game-changer for two reasons – the availability of the additional channels and the ability to finally use 160Mhz for high bandwidth applications like AR and VR”.
Meanwhile, the Wi-Fi6E support on the iPhone 13 lineup will also open up opportunities for radio-frequency chipmaker Skyworks.
In addition, the analysts also point out that Apple might not launch another iPhone SE in the upcoming months.
via - GSMarena
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