Apple may have stopped developing a new phone, according to reports. . Ming-Chi Kuo analyst claims that the company has recently informed suppliers that it won’t launch the fourth-generation SE model until 2024. This was spotted before Kuo stated that the device would have been Apple’s first 5G modem in-house. Kuo also said that the company planned test the SE to tune the chip before the wider rollout of the iPhone 16 or beyond. Kuo suggests that Apple will likely continue to use Qualcomm modems until 2024.
Kuo didn’t explain why Apple put the fourth-generation iPhone SE up for grabs or if the 5G chip’s performance was a factor in the decision. Apple has attempted to reduce its dependence of Qualcomm for over a decade. In 2019, the bitter patent dispute was settled by the two parties. . Apple purchased the majority of Intel’s mobile modem company several months later. The company then revealed it at the end 2020. . Since then, there has been very little news about this project.
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