Apple‘s iPhone 13 Is Rumored To Have Faster WiFi 6E


The Cupertino tech giant Apple is now preparing for its next flagship series of smartphones after the launch of the iPhone 12 series. The launch of the iPhone 13series is months away but we can see a lot of news and rumors about the upcoming series of the Apple.

In a recent leak, Barclays’ analysts Blayne Curtis, Thomas O’Malley, Tim Long, and other leakers suggest that the next flagship of Apple iPhone 13 will be featured with Wi-Fi 6SE that will have lower latency and faster speed connection.  The MacRumors report says that Apple will get Wi-Fi 6E chips for its upcoming phones from Broadcom Inc, which is an American company that manufactures wide range of semiconductors products.

As for the significance of the Wi-Fi 6E, it will not only provide fast speed and low latency but also have faster data rates. Because the device will have 6GHz band instead of 2.4GHz or the 5GHz band that will increase the bandwidth and will provide a best wireless experience as well.


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