Apple iPhone 12: Not all models may support fastest 5G – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Apple iPhone 12 collection, like virtually all earlier iPhones launched up to now is probably the most-awaited smartphone collection of the yr 2020. Little doubt then that now we have a leak, hearsay surfacing in regards to the upcoming smartphones virtually each few days. A brand new report that has appeared on Fast Company’s web site claims that whereas all 2020 iPhone models will support 5G, solely the highest-of-the-line mannequin will support the fastest 5G normal.
According to the report, “All the phones in the new iPhone 12 line will support the slower but more common Sub-6 type of 5G service, but only the largest, highest-end phone in the line, a 6.5-inch screen device likely called the iPhone Pro Max, will also support millimeter-wave 5G.”
Quoting sources, the report provides that solely the biggest telephone within the line has room inside for the particular antenna design required for millimeter wave and bigger battery wanted to accommodate millimeter wave’s vital energy draw. As per speculations, Apple is prone to launch 4 new iPhones this yr. Two excessive-finish iPhones, together with iPhone 12 Pro Max and a 6.1-inch iPhone Pro. The pair of decrease-priced models anticipated are 5.4-inch iPhone 12 and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max.
The report additional provides that of these, solely the variant of iPhone 12 Max Pro that’s launched within the US, Korea, and Japan will support millimeter-wave 5G. Explaining the distinction in velocity between the varied variations, the report stated, “If Sub-6 5G is a Camry, millimeter-wave 5G is a Mercedes S-Class. It travels over high-frequency radio spectrum, between 24 GHz and 39 GHz, and delivers download speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) and sometimes beyond. On the other hand, the signal has trouble penetrating objects such as buildings and is more expensive for carriers to deploy than a lower-frequency service.”
However, the presence of 5G in iPhone 12 may not make a lot distinction to potential iPhone consumers in India. As it’s unlikely that 5G launch in India sooner than late second half of 2012.

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