Apple is considering sharing the Daisy technology with others, including electric automakers.
This rubbishes an earlier Susquehanna report that suggested mmWave options will be delayed until December 2020 or January 2021.
According to Kuo, mm-Wave-compatible iPhone 12s will be sold in the United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, and the United Kingdom, and will be launched in September 2020, which is around the time we'd expect the next iPhone to be revealed.
Apple did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment. This generally offers slightly faster speeds than LTE and significantly lower latency, but does not correspond to the much higher speeds offered by mmWave 5G...
According to our latest survey, the development of the iPhone Sub-6GHz + mmWave is going according to plan and should be delivered at the end of 3T20 or at the start of 4T20.
The functionality could be held back in areas where 5G is still nonexistent or not widespread, Kuo explained.
Unlike other 5G coverage, mmWave stands out for its superior ability to deliver large amounts of data very quickly.
Kuo is known for his generally accurate predictions when it comes to unreleased Apple products. Following that report, Apple launched the second-generation AirPods and the redesigned AirPods Pro. In this regard, Apple has just announced that it has found that some Smart Battery Cases specifically made for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR may experience charging issues. It's more expensive than third-party alternatives, but Apple did include some iOS integrations.
So we'll see - one way or the other, we're nearly certainly going to be getting some 5G iPhones in September.