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By: David Kanter (, April 18, 2019 6:35 pm
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AM ( on April 18, 2019 9:35 am wrote:
> No doubt, Intel's 5G exit involves politics and money, but not because the tech side didn't matter. For lack
> of good technology-wise coverage of the subject including Charlie's last article (at least the public part,
> since I don't subscribe), anyone who wants tech details, check out this self-published piece
> (I posted it at RWT too, but Google doesn't see it for some reason) -- it both broke the news of Apple's 5G
> design project (but went entirely unnoticed), and looked at the tech side of this issue at depth unmatched
> by anyone ever since (but in case anyone spotted something well worth reading, then let me know, I'd *love*
> to check it out!).
> And, by the way, while I was somewhat hesitant about my Intel's faked-demo
> theory at the time of writing, it's good time to look at it once again given
> Intel's move and especially what they had to show at this year's MWC.

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I have no doubt Apple is doing their own modem. Question is when it comes out. It could take 1-2 generations to really do a good job.

Apple took a while to design out IMG graphics, and modems are just as complex.

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    Thanks for the interesting tidbits (as usual) (NT)AM2019/04/20 09:54 AM
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    Thanks for retrieving it (strange Google doesn't see it) (NT)AM2019/04/20 09:53 AM
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