The new version of iPhone (13) may have the benefit of satellite phone calls. Although many are saying, it is a rumor. If the iPhone maintains its trend, then the new iPhone will be released in the next few days. Apple analyst Kuyo originally made this rumor or prediction. Referring to Mac Rumer, he said that the new iPhone may have the facility to make satellite calls.
Cuo said the iPhone 13 could have low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite capabilities. Because the set has a customized Qualcomm X60 baseband chip. The LEO satellite has gained special recognition due to Elon Musk’s Starlink internet service. This LEO is a relatively low orbiting satellite. These have been done to ensure high speed uninterrupted internet service.
But it’s not just Starlink that uses LEO. Hughesont and OneWeb are also jointly running a global Five-G.
According to news media Verge, if the matter is rumored, then this X60 chip is to support any other element of Five-G. The chip has mixed technology. LEO Five-G has a technology that allows you to get Five-G speeds right in all areas where there are no network towers or a normal Five-G network is not available.