Both the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro feature Apple’s Ultra Broadband (UWB) U1 wireless chip. However, the UW feature in this chip is only advantageous for transferring files via AirDrop and can be used for other tasks in the future.
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In addition to AirDrop, Ultra Broadband technology has the potential to be used to help users find lost items and report their location. Although these operations can be done with Bluetooth 5.1 support, Ultra Broadband can do this more precisely. It is possible to say that a new patent that Apple has pointed out.
Apple on Tuesday patent published by the US Patent and Trademark Office, UWB technology together with the system of a nearby device by the transmitted signal of the arrival angle, how to determine the direction and shape of the missing goods COVERING, said that can be used to find the actual location of the lost item. The patent, which contains many technical articles on the subject, includes extensive explanations of how the U1 chip will work in the future. We will witness the new features of these improvements in the coming iPhone models.