What Apple and Qualcomm’s settlement means for the 5G iPhone

TwitterFacebook

So much for one of the biggest tech courtroom battles in history.

As the smoke settles over Apple and Qualcomm’s sudden agreement to end all litigation between the two companies worldwide, the attention has now turned to the 5G iPhone. 

With the tech giants no longer feuding, what does this mean for the 5G iPhone? Is it back on track for a 2020 release? Maybe, but it’ll be tight.

Prior to Tuesday’s unexpected settlement, many analysts were losing faith in Apple being able to deliver a 5G iPhone by 2020.

Earlier this month, UBS analyst Timothi Arcuri told investors there was “increasing potential that Apple may not be able to ship a 5G iPhone for 2020.” He cited Apple’s failure to secure necessary 5G modems as the main reason why a 5G iPhone might not ship until 2021 at the earliest. Read more…

More about Apple, Iphone, Qualcomm, 5g, and Big Tech Companies

Author: Raymond Wong

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *