Apple reportedly cancels ‘Walkie-Talkie’ feature for the 2019 iPhones


A report published today by The Information reveals that Apple has halted work on a project that would have allowed two nearby iPhone users to communicate with each other even in areas without cellular connectivity. Apple was said to be working on the project along with Intel. Using long-distance radio waves, the two iPhones would be able to exchange text messages in areas bereft of cellular signals. The technology functions like a Walkie-Talkie except instead of transmitting voice, text messages would be sent back and forth.
The system would have worked over the 900MHz …

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