iPhone 5 won’t be 4G according to Tim Cook

The safest bet at this point is that the iPhone 5 will arrive before the end of the year. It seems highly unlikely that will launch in the usual June / July and the deadline instead offer the new Apple smartphone in September.

Although we can guess what the new features included with the next iPhone, one thing is clear: the iPhone will not be able 4G 5.

Tim Cook, Apple has made clear that during the company's quarterly earnings call on hold on Wednesday. He has stated that the current generation of chipsets used to deliver the Long Term Evolution (LTE) require a series of design compromises. Commitments Apple seems unwilling to accept and to mess with the inside of the iPhone too.

We're guessing that would mean a thicker device, or at least some other features if possible without the phone somewhat larger. If we look at how the beam reaches LTE uses a two-chip solution. What Apple wants is a single chip 3G/4G.

With this in mind, it becomes clear iPhone 4G 5 are not as single-chip solution that will not appear on a company like Qualcomm and Intel up late this year or possibly early next year in large enough quantities.

All this means iPhone 5 is announced in 2011. Apple could potentially delay the release to incorporate this single-chip solution to deliver a 4G iPhone?


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