Recently, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo had a report claiming that the iPhone 13 could come with satellite call support. This means that even if you don’t have any network coverage, you can make emergency calls and send text messages.
But this can no longer be the case. In a new report from Bloomberg, sources familiar with the subject appear to have told the publication that an iPhone with satellite call support will not arrive in 2021 and will probably be the earliest we expect to see in 2022. feature.
The report also sheds some light on Apple’s plans for an emergency-only feature, as opposed to general communications. They even claim that this feature can be changed or canceled before it is announced.
It’s both confusing and a bit confusing, as it’s hard to say who’s right, as both Kuo and Bloomberg sources are very accurate in their claims. In any case, the iPhone 13 is expected to be announced in the coming weeks, so we should have all the official details soon.
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