Although we are months away from the announcement of Apple’s next iPhone line, rumors about these devices just do not stop.
Earlier reports have suggested that the iPhone 13 will have an always-on 120Hz display, a smaller cutout, and a vapor chamber for better cooling, as well as smaller batteries and storage up to 1TB. A new report mentions that the iPhone 13 will support millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G outside the US.
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The current iPhone 12 already supports mmWave 5G in the United States, but according to analysts, Ming-Chi Kua technology will also be available on devices in other countries. In the report, he suggests that the iPhone 13 models sold in the US, Australia, Canada, Japan, and by major operators in Europe will support mmWave 5G.