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April 25, 2011

Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook: iPhone 5 Does Not Support LTE Technology

According to Medias, during the analysts teleconference this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook had said that LTE technology (also be remarked as 4G technology) chipset asked for concessions on mobile phone design, but Apple would not accept some of these concessions. This means that the forthcoming iPhone 5 will not adopt LTE (Long Term Evolution) technology. Cook had ever indicated that the first-generation LTE technology chipset had forced mobile phone devices to make numerous concessions and some of them could not be accepted by us. Insiders point out that with the debut of iPhone 5 which will be released in September this Fall, it properly supports the current 3G technology. At the same time, it may also support AT&T as well as HSPA+ technology supported by part of operators all over the world.

What does it mean to Verizon? Verizon CFO Fran Shammo had made a statement that the next generation Apple iPhone can be said as global which can support both CDMA and GSM. Currently, the CDMA version iPhone 4 and iPad 2 take advantage of Qualcomm MDM6600 that is released long time ago. Rumors from market suggest that iPhone 5 will be similar to iPhone 4 in appearance and is the same with iPad 2 in A5 dual-core processor. In addition, Apple will also consider making iPhone 5 support Verizon CDMA 1X audio and EV-DO data.

Since iPhone 5 will not support LTE technology then what about iPhone 6? It is almost for sure that iPhone 6 is going to support LTE technology. Supposing that iPhone 6 will be released in 2012, what so Qualcomm have to do at present?

Back to February, Qualcomm made a demo of its latest chipset MDM9615 to the public. MDM9615 will support LTE technology, DC-HSPA+, EV-DO Rev-B and TD-SCDMA. It may be used with A6 processor cooperatively. MDM9615 chipset is going to be revealed by Qualcomm at the end of this year which offers Apple with plenty of time for iPhone 6 testing and producing.

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