Apple is likely to release the iPhone 13 launch lineup this month. According to a fresh source, the upcoming model will include Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite connectivity; allowing users to make calls and send messages.
The iPhone 13 model, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, could have an LEO (low-Earth-orbit) satellite communication mode. Thanks to this technology, users will be able to make calls and send messages even if they are not connected to the internet.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the upcoming flagship smartphone will have the much-anticipated satellite capability. However, it will only be available in a few selected markets. LEO satellites utilize satellites in lower orbits that are known to beam the Internet. Starlink. Elon Musk’s satellite internet service is one of the most well-known users of these satellites.
In 2019, Apple began rolling out the LEO SATELLITE X iPhone. In a 2019 article, Bloomberg first revealed Apple’s investigation on employing satellite technology to beam data to iPhones. However, this is the first time this technology is rolling out for the public, and it is only in the iPhone 13 line-up for 2021, soon to be launch.
What's more in the list of new Apple iPhone13 launch?
Apple may release iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and iPhone 13 Mini under the new iPhone 13 series. According to media sources, the iPhone 13’s Face ID function will undergo significant upgrades this time. The company is working on a unique technique that would allow consumers to unlock their phones even when wearing a mask. Also, even if the user is wearing glasses in the fog or the sun, the phone will recognize and unlock the user’s face.
According to rumors, the iPhone 13 series will be able to support mmWave 5G. By the end of the year, many nations will have mmWave 5G coverage. Thus, allowing iPhone 13 customers to enjoy high-speed 5G connectivity. Let us state for the record that the mmWave network offers faster internet speeds than competing 5G networks. However, it comes at a heavy cost. For more such updates, keep watching this space!