Revealed by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple works on 6G cellular connectivity on its future devices.
In the Power On newsletter by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, he explained that the iPhone maker is working hard on 6G amid all the difficulties in building compared to 5G technology.
A new job focusing on 6G experience is placed on the company’s website. The career focus is on experts who can design and model architecture.
The job listing is Apple’s new step toward developing 6G technologies for devices in the future. In 2020, Apple joined the Next G Alliance for Telecom Industry Solutions.
The joining aimed to enhance the American Mobile technology leadership in 6G in the next ten years and work on the long-term evolution of 5G technology.
According to some technology experts and analysts, 6G technology will be 100 times faster than 5G, but it is hard to see the implementation of 6G in real-life examples.
If the development process is this way, we will see 6G in action around 2030 or anytime before 2032.