It’s only a matter of time before the launch of 5G, which means that smartphone manufacturers need to join quickly to the knees of the competition by beginning to produce devices compatible with the networks of the fifth generation. Obviously Apple will be one of those companies, but if you think that the iPhones current network is expensive, the model of iPhone that supports the 5G will be more expensive.
According to a new report released recently from the website of IAM, has been disclosed the amount of money that will require it companies to license patents related to networks fifth generation 5G own other companies. He confirmed the company Nokia announced that they will do a fixed fee of $ 3.48 USD on each device, while the going company Ericsson an amount ranging from 2.50 to 5 dollars, depending on the amount that will be selling the device.
On the other hand, it seems that Qualcomm will demand a bigger amount compared to other companies, they will demand increased by 3.25 percent from the cost of the device, with a maximum of 400 USD, which means that the iPhone will be US $ 13 for licenses to patents relating to networks fifth generation 5G. As a company Huawei is pregnant another group of patents relating to networks fifth generation 5G, but they are yet to reveal how much money you will demand for licenses of patents, but overall, based on the request of these companies, the cost of licenses, patents 5G alone is about $ 21.48 USD for each phone the iPhone.
Of course, it does not seem 21.48 $ like a very large sum, but when you add it to the total cost of the phones iPhone, it may cause Apple company to the pricing of its smart phones at higher prices than usual, We doubt that Apple will bear the costs of technology 5G in smart phones alone. Overall, this is just speculation at the moment, and probably will be Apple to conclude better deals with the companies mentioned above, so you’ll just have to wait and see what will happen in the end.
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