New report says suppliers are bracing for a huge increase in demand for Apple’s mmWave 5G parts, with the iPhone 13 is expected to offer faster connectivity in several new countries.
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OSATs with SiP (system-in-package) technology, including ASE technology and ShunSin technology, are poised to take advantage of the ever-growing demand for SiP for the integration of heterogeneous chips for high-performance applications. 5G communication, AIoT and automotive electronics, according to industry sources. ASE has reportedly landed a large chunk of orders for the processing of AiP modules for the new mmWave 5G iPhones slated for launch later this year, with those models expected to increase to 60% of new iPhone shipments, the reports said. sources.
The news echoes previous reports that Apple’s next iPhone will build on the introduction of 5G in the iPhone 12, currently Apple best iPhone, bringing the much faster version to more countries. More than half of all next-gen iPhones will support 5G mmWave, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, bringing the technology to new shores including Canada, Japan, Australia and other major carriers European mobile.
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