Most analysts believe that the new iPhone will house a Qualcomm chip that lets the phone connect with several flavors of 3G GSM and 4G LTE service.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster writes in a research note this morning that he thinks Apple remains on target for an October launch for the iPhone 5 despite the reported 28 nm baseband radio chip shortage at Qualcomm. “We believe... Read Post
Qualcomm's new RF360 radio chip cold be the answer to the problem of 4G fragmentation. It won't produce a universal LTE phone just yet, but with 40 bands supported, it will get the industry close. Read Post