iPhone 13 might support LEO satellite for calls

Next month, Apple will unveil the much-anticipated iPhone 13 lineup. According to a new source, future versions will include low earth orbit (LEO) satellite communication connectivity, allowing users to make calls and send messages in locations where cellular coverage is unavailable.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple expert, the forthcoming lineup would include gear that can link to LEO satellites. According to MacRumors, this might allow iPhone 13 users to make calls and send texts without the requirement for a 4G or 5G cellular connection.

The Qualcomm X60 baseband modem processor is expected to be customized for the iPhone 13. This chip will enable satellite communication.

The iPhone 13 will also employ a customized version of Qualcomm’s X60 baseband modem processor, according to Kuo. This chip will enable satellite communication.

According to a recent poll, many iPhone users prefer the term ‘iPhone 2021’ over ‘iPhone 13’ for the next iPhone model.

According to the poll, 74% of respondents indicated they hoped the “iPhone 13” would be given a different name. The respondents were also asked to vote for the best possible name, with “iPhone (2021)” receiving 38% of the vote.

Around 26% believed the “iPhone 13” was the finest name, while only 13% thought the “iPhone 12S” was the best name.

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