Apple already completed satellite connectivity testing for the iPhone 14, analyst confirms. That being said, you should already know as posted before on this page, that the new apple iPhone 14 is expected to be launched soon and it may however offer satellite connectivity features.
Apple Already Completed Satellite Connectivity Testing For the iPhone 14
Apple at the moment is reportedly working on satellite connectivity capabilities for the iPhone 14. The feature originally was rumored to make its debut on the iPhone 13 last year, but according to analyst and leaker Ming-Chi Kuo, the feature finished its hardware testing recently and it’s now ready for mass production.
And although apple has reportedly completed testing for this very feature, analyst Kuo says that it is ‘hard to predict’ the exact time the iPhone will start supporting satellite communication connectivity and that it will also depend on “whether Apple and operators can settle the business model.” Kuo however believes that the feature will come to possibility eventually at some point.
How Will the Feature Help iPhone Users
And when the feature however get implemented, it would allow for users of the iPhone to send text messages through satellite in areas and places without cellular coverage, at least in situation where there is emergency.
Apple is all set to host its ‘far Out’ launch event stipulated to hold on September 7th. And it is at this very event that the iPhone 14 lineup is expected to make its debut alongside the apple watch series 8.
The Features That Will Be Offered on the new iPhone
For now, we are not clear on the type of features that will be offered on the new iPhone, not until its official announcement. But rumors and leaks, however, suggest that it could sport a notch-less display that has been presenting previous iPhone models, a very much upgraded camera, and a higher price of course among many other things.