Apple quietly adds ultra wideband technology to the 2019 iPhone models


There is something inside the new iPhone models that Apple briefly revealed during last week’s new product event, and we’re not talking about bilateral wireless charging. According to CNET, Apple’s latest and greatest handsets have a new chip inside called the U1. So what does this U1 do? The chips allow the phones to access a technology known as ultra wideband, or UWB. With the latter technology, super-short radio waves are sent out and the time it takes to travel between devices is measured. UWB will help an iPhone 11 owner find a phone, a lost dog, a key ring a tag and more.

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