Although the iPhone 12 solves the two disadvantages of 5g loss and poor signal through the high pass snapdragon x55 baseband and and antenna enhancement, the current iPhone 12 is still hard to say perfect. It’s a pity to use iPhone 12, a 5nm A14 chip, with a 7Nm snapdragon x55 baseband. Maybe the future snapdragon X60 with 5nm technology is the best partner.

believes that many netizens have been brushing the 12 video of iPhone in the recent tiktok platform. One of the important changes is that the motherboard of iPhone 12 has grown much larger than before, and is limited by the L of the internal space. One of the big chips has attracted the attention of netizens, which is the high pass snapdragon x55 baseband. < / P > < p > in fact, we can see the embarrassment of the high pass snapdragon x55 baseband. First of all, it is really large, occupying a large part of the space on the iPhone 12 motherboard, which directly leads to the iPhone 12 motherboard turning into an L shape. The 7Nm process not only has obstacles in chip size, but also has less power and heat than 5nm. < p > < p > tomsguide, an old technology website, recently conducted a comparative test on the endurance of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 pro with a number of Android phones under 5g network. The test method is to adjust the mobile phone screen to 150nit brightness for continuous browsing, and refresh a new page every 30 seconds until the battery runs out. < / P > < p > the test results show that the 5g endurance performance of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro lags behind that of Android mobile phones, which is almost at the bottom. On at & T’s 5g network, the iPhone 12 standard lasted only 8 hours and 25 minutes, while on T-Mobile’s 5g network, the iPhone 12 Pro lasted for 9 hours and 6 minutes, slightly better. < / P > < p > with regard to 5g, the author has always maintained a consistent view that only the progress of 5nm technology can smooth the increase of 5g chip power consumption and volume, even for iPhone. Speaking of this, next year’s iPhone 13 is actually a product worth looking forward to, because Apple’s iPhone 13 will adopt the snapdragon X60 baseband with 5nm technology. < / P > < p > the reason why it is so sure can be traced back to the settlement between apple and Qualcomm last year. In April 2019, apple and Qualcomm reached an agreement, which settled the long-standing global lawsuit between the two companies, paving the way for Apple’s iPhone 12 series and subsequent products to use Qualcomm’s 5g modem chip. < / P > < p > according to page 71 of the settlement agreement between apple and Qualcomm, Apple plans to use the Qualcomm snapdragon X60 modem chip in its new products from June 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022. Apple has also promised to use the X65 and X70 modem chips not yet announced by Qualcomm in new products to be launched between June 1, 2022 and May 31, 2024. Obviously, X60 modem chip based on 5nm technology will have better performance than x55. At present, this baseband product has been released on February 18, 2020. What Qualcomm emphasizes is that the snapdragon X60 is a complete system level solution, including sdx60 baseband, RF transceiver, RF front-end, millimeter wave antenna module, etc. < / P > < p > although the adoption of Qualcomm’s “whole family bucket” may have some impact on Apple’s iPhone’s profit margin and final price, these side effects are less important than the previously widely criticized poor signal, slow connection and even lack of 5g. After all, the high pass snapdragon X60 with 5nm technology can be smaller, stronger and more power-saving. < / P > < p > speaking of this, will you still buy the iPhone 12? Anyway, if it’s me, I want to wait. Of course, this is not to wait for the party’s victory. Technology will always develop. If you buy late, the price will be cheaper or the technology will be more advanced. But now smart phones are already saturated, unless you are still using the old mobile phones of many years ago and can’t bear it. I believe that many netizens’ mobile phones are not too old. Privacy Policy