Qualcomm in new iPhone and iPad?

By Detector | 16 January 2011

According to Engadget trusted sources, Apple in new iPhone 5 and iPad 2 will use Qualcomm chipset instead of Infineon solutions for mobile communications. There is rumor that already iPhone 4 for Verizon is based on Qualcomm solution but there is no official information about that.

Particularly, after the recent announcement of iPhone for the leading U.S. operator Verizon Wireless, Apple had to develop a new version of the device which supports mobile networks based on CDMA standard. Therefore, to avoid development of two different products in feature, there is plan for using Qualcomm mobile solutions, which has chipset that support both CDMA and GSM standards. Qualcomm is leader in smart mobile devices solutions and already the best Android, Windows mobile, Blackberry (and in the feature Symbian products) are based on Qualcomm technology.

There is no official announcement from Apple, but you can read full story on Engadged.com

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One Response to “Qualcomm in new iPhone and iPad?”

  1. Qualcomm is the best but it is well suited on Android platform.


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