Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:41 pm
This will improve the data transfer rate.
According to the latest reports, the iPhone 13, which will debut next year, will support Wi-Fi 6E, which will bring faster internet connections.
Important improvement for iPhone 13. The smartphone will support Wi-Fi 6E
Both iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 support standard Wi-Fi 6, just like the second-generation iPhone SE. Sources say chipmaker Cirrus Logic will provide new chips for at least some iPhone 13 models.
The Wi-Fi 6E standard extends the capabilities of Wi-Fi 6 to the 6 GHz frequency range. Earlier this year, the Wi-Fi Alliance officially announced that the extension of the Wi-Fi 6 standard to the 6 GHz band could be called Wi-Fi 6E. It can be considered an improved version of the previous standard.
Wi-Fi 6E technology is designed to provide high performance in very busy places. Early tests indicate that data rates can be as high as 2Gbps with latency as low as 2ms.