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« on: October 12, 2019, 04:05:20 pm »

iPhone 11 teardown confirms U1 Ultra Wideband chip is Apple's own design

Not a Decaware Ultra Wideband DW1000 as some suspected

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A teardown has confirmed Apple's U1 UWB chip is its own design.
The news puts an ends to speculation it was actually designed by Decawave.
U1 chip is purportedly for locating rumored Apple Tags.
An iPhone 11 teardown has revealed that the U1 Ultra Wideband chip in the iPhone is a product designed by Apple, not the Decawave Ultra Wideband DW1000 as some suspected. As reported by iFixit, a teardown carried out by a TechInsights technician has seemingly confirmed that Apple designed its own chip for the launch of iPhone 11.

According to the report:


  Since the iPhone 11 announcement, theories have abounded that Apple's new U1 wireless chip is actually a Decawave Ultra Wideband DW1000. But a teardown of both Decawave and Apple's U1 chip by TechInsights confirms that Apple developed their own technology. But what is the U1 chip, and what capabilities does it give Apple?
 
  Apple has spent the last decade b...

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