Apple's iPhone 13 will include Wi-Fi 6E, which will boost speed and range.
Apple will release its next-generation smartphone — the iPhone 13 series — later this year, most likely following its typical release schedule of presenting new phones in September. Details regarding the forthcoming iPhones have begun to surface online ahead of the official unveiling.
According to the most recent DigiTimes story, the forthcoming iPhone 13 will include better Wi-Fi 6E capability, which is an extended version of the Wi-Fi 6 architecture with the added
With the iPhone 11 series in 2019, the Cupertino-based tech giant moved from Wi-Fi 5 to Wi-Fi 6, which delivers dramatically increased speeds and security. The Wi-Fi 6E, on the other hand, differs from the Wi-Fi 6 in only one way: it adds a 6GHz band. However, it should result in increased bandwidth and fewer device interference.
The source also mentions Apple's next smartphone lineup, which will include a LiDAR sensor for the camera module across the board. The iPhone 12 series currently has a LiDAR sensor, although only on the high-end Pro and Pro Max variants.
While Apple has not released anything about the iPhone 13 series, it is expected that the handsets would have more advanced displays, improved cameras, and a smaller notch than the current generation. As the launch date approaches, we anticipate learning more about the phones in the following weeks and months.