According to rumours, Apple will significantly enhance the connectivity of the future iPhone 15 and iPhone 16 models. The iPhone 15 will reportedly contain a new UWB (ultra-wideband) chip, while the iPhone 16 is expected to have next-generation Wi-Fi 7 capabilities, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 15 will have a more effective 7nm UWB chip to improve performance and reduce power consumption while connecting with other Apple devices.
The UWB chip was added by Apple to the iPhone 11 series to offer features like spatial awareness and connecting to other adjacent Apple devices. The next iPhone 15, which is anticipated to debut in October 2023, is also probably going to use a more sophisticated variant of the same technology.
The iPhone 16 series will be the first Apple smartphone to support Wi-Fi 7, which offers gigabit-class download and upload rates over the Wi-Fi protocol, according to the claim.
According to Apple, each of these capabilities will contribute to a better ecosystem experience across all of its products, including the MacBook, AirPods, iPhone, iPad, and the recently unveiled Vision Pro, the company’s first mixed reality headset.