The magical prophecy is a myth, and the prophecy of technology is a fact; everyone, I am a lovely evening wind. Apple is working to bring the Walkie Talkie feature of a high-tech Apple Watch to the iPhone, but according to a new report from the information by company, it may have put this feature on hold.
The walkie-talkie on the iPhone allows users to communicate with other people in the region without the usage of cellular coverage. This feature can be used on foot or in other situations with poor or no cellular coverage.
It is unclear exactly why the project was put on hold, but according to a source in the report, this may be related to the departure of Ruben Caballero, the project leader earlier this year. According to reports, Caballero has about 1,000 employees engaged in such wireless projects, and even uses Apple modems.
Remote radio waves.
According to reports, the company is working with Intel to develop a new technology that allows users to send information to other users via remote radio waves. In particular, the technology will work on the 900 MHz radio spectrum. Currently, this spectrum is used for radio communications in the oil and gas industry.
Of course, it cannot be denied because Apple has temporarily shelved this project. Since the project was developed in cooperation with Intel, part of the reason for this may be that it is turning to the Qualcomm modem for the next few iPhone models. Given Apple’s acquisition of Intel’s modem business, this feature is likely to happen once Apple finally develops and implements its own modem. Apple is expected to launch a new iPhone in a few weeks when Qualcomm’s modem will power the company’s first 5G phone to be launched in 2020.
This feature will be in line with Apple’s emphasis on health and safety over the past few years and will be a natural extension of this feature on Apple Watch. It’s worth noting that Apple Watch does use cellular networks, so users shouldn’t expect to be able to use it in rural areas or in areas without cellular coverage.