Upcoming iPhone 14 Can Have Satellite Connectivity For Fast Internet At Rural Locations!
Apple and its fans are all gearing up for Wednesday, 7 September 2022, the day it will conduct the launch event called ‘Far Out.’
The company is expected to launch a new batch of Apple products, such as the Apple Watch Series 8, Macbooks, AirPods, and so on.
One of the most anticipated products is the iPhone 14. Let’s discuss some of the features that the phone might bring along with it!
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in a report said that the upcoming iPhone 14 series will use the satellite connectivity feature to connect to satellite networks in rural areas. With the satellite connectivity option on iPhone 14, one will be able to connect to satellite networks.
This will be used in emergency situations, allowing users to send out SOS text messages if they are in trouble and without access to a network.
Tim Farrar, a satellite communications consultant for Telecom, a California-based research firm, also supported the claim, claiming that Apple would announce a partnership with Globalstar for connectivity at the event.
Globalstar is an American communications company that uses its satellite network to provide mobile satellite services such as voice and data.
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the new 2022 iPhones will include a vapour chamber cooling system for improved thermal management.
According to notes obtained by MacRumors, Kuo stated that Apple is testing a solution for the iPhone. The concept of a vapour chamber system is not new, and it has long been present in many high-end Android devices. Additionally, this will be the first instance for the tech giant.
As we reported earlier, iPhone 14 Max will be powered by Apple’s A15 Bionic processor paired with 6GB LPDDR4X RAM and upto 256GB onboard storage. There also are reports that the “Pro” version of the iPhone 14 will come with 2 TB internal storage.
WiFi 6E is the most recent wireless fidelity (WiFi) standard, with faster network speeds and the ability to support even more devices on a single network.
While several Android phones support the new connectivity standard, Apple did not include it in the iPhone 13.