iPhone 14 models will connect its users to the satellite through the Qualcomm Inc (QCOM.O) chip that they contain.
Now its users can connect to the satellite and send messages whenever they are in trouble in an area where there is no internet connection.
However, the news came from iFixit and Apple statements. When on Friday, iFixit, a company based in San Luis Obispo, California, disassembled an iPhone 14 Pro Max model to uncover a Qualcomm X65 modem chip. iFixit analyses consumer devices, including iPhones, to determine whether they are repairable or not.
So as a result the iPhone 1’s Qualcomm chip will connect your phone to 5G connectivity for cellular networks.
Moreover, the chip is also capable of using the frequency band n53, which satellites use from Globalstar (GSAT.A).
So this is the thing that makes Apple’s new model 14 connect its users to the satellite system.
Moreover, Apple announced earlier this month that its iPhone 14 models contain w hardware that will enable its users to make emergency messages. They also revealed that they are planning to turn on this hardware in the new update in November. But Apple didn’t give much information about this hardware.
However, IFixit decided to reveal this enigma on Friday and revealed its Qualcomm X65 modem chip. The chip will connect its users to the satellite.
Moreover, to enable Apple’s new emergency message capability, Globalstar earlier this month announced a partnership in which Apple will use up to 85% of Globalstar’s satellite network capacity.
So this means that the new iPhone model 14 will solve the problem of insecurity around the world by enabling its users to send messages through satellite connectivity.
But the hardware is not enabled yet. As the company has announced that they will enable it in the next month’s update. So till then keep in touch to know about the updated and enabling date.
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