According to Apple's most trusted analyst, the company is preparing to lay the foundations of 5G for the first time on iPad Pros using Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) soft boards.
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo Apple ' Liquid Crystal Polymer soft boards (flexible motherboards) will allow iPad Pro to offer better wireless connectivity. Of course, it would be useful to say that 5G technology will not come before 2021.
TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, today in his speech to investors, iPad Pro LCP with 5G support in the last quarter of 2019 or 2020
Although the tablets, which will have 11-inch and 12.9-inch displays as they are now, will not show much change on the outside, they will have serious differences on the inside. The structural flexibility of LCP soft boards will allow Apple to connect more components to the device.
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These components will be the most interesting 5G modem, while at the same time flexibility is expected to reduce signal loss and improve network performance. Given that Macbooks don't offer 1 gigabit internet, iPad's 5G speeds can be an important step in making them the Macbook replacement devices