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Apple News: 5G Modem Challenges – 6G Modem Exploration 2024

Apple News 5G Modem Challenges – 6G Modem Exploration 2024 | Digitalposh

Statistical Perspectives on the Evolution of Connectivity

Apple may gain financially and have more technological control with internal modems. Statistics, however, highlight the difficulties in developing and testing products as well as the dangers of going up against fierce competition. Getting the balance just right becomes essential for success.

With the successful launch of its in-house modem, Apple has changed the game for future smartphone technology, and the industry is waiting to see what steps the company will take next.

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Here's a tabular view comparing 5G and 6G developments in the context of Apple:

Aspect 5G Development 6G Exploration
Focus Area Improving 5G Modem Technology Pioneering Research in 6G Connectivity
Challenges – Unrealistic goals – Evolving Standards and Protocols
  – Unusable Prototypes – Early-Stage Development Challenges
Timeline Original goal for fall 2023, delayed to 2025/2026 In early stages; Expected standard by 2030
Qualcomm Dependency Aiming to reduce reliance on Qualcomm N/A (Currently 6G is not standardized)
Strategic Shift Urgency to end expensive Qualcomm deal Anticipating the future, aligning with industry
6G Investment Minimal at present Growing investment in engineers and research
Technological Control Striving for greater control in modem development Exploring opportunities for end-to-end control
Risks Delays and challenges in development Uncertainties in 6G standards and market dynamics
Aspect 5G Development 6G Exploration
Focus Area Improving 5G Modem Technology Pioneering Research in 6G Connectivity
Challenges – Unrealistic goals – Evolving Standards and Protocols
  – Unusable Prototypes – Early-Stage Development Challenges
Timeline Original goal for fall 2023, delayed to 2025/2026 In early stages; Expected standard by 2030
Qualcomm Dependency Aiming to reduce reliance on Qualcomm N/A (Currently 6G is not standardized)
Strategic Shift Urgency to end expensive Qualcomm deal Anticipating the future, aligning with industry
6G Investment Minimal at present Growing investment in engineers and research
Technological Control Striving for greater control in modem development Exploring opportunities for end-to-end control
Risks Delays and challenges in development Uncertainties in 6G standards and market dynamics
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