The iPhone 12 series is reported to support BeiDou Navigation
In particular, Apple and the iPhone line have never had an pleasant partnership with the Chinese industry. Constantly challenged by state laws and other legislative and political situations. Thus, the same ports surprising yet completely justifiable essence of the fact that iPhones still lack official help for China's BeiDou navigation program.
According to a recent study from insiders of the business, that could eventually shift with the release of the iPhone 12 generation. In an interview, BeiDou, spokesperson and operator of the China Satellite Navigation Agency, Ran Chengqi, said: "Apple will use the BeiDou intensity function sooner or later."
More specifically, the cryptic suggestion was later backed up by common outlets, stating the Apple is actually in the midst of improving iPhone 12 Series efficiency and reliability. Apparently, one of the experiments being carried out is the proper testing of BeiDou help.
Yes, the absence of such assistance has been one of the largest and longest-standing grievances among Chinese iPhone users. Right now. Also the latest iPhone 11 Pro Max is a GPS tracker, with A-GPS, with GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS support.
The BeiDou network spans more than 200 cities, with more than 100 million subscribers and 200 million sessions a day. BeiDou-capable devices and, in particular, smartphones have long been the standard on the local market and across most of the Asia-Pacific region, where BeiDou has the best performance. BeiDou-capable goods are now now being manufactured and used in more than 120 countries and regions across the globe. The shortage of funding has been a huge handicap for Apple and would provide considerable advantages to a substantial part of the customer base.
In spite of this, it would be important to see whether Cupertino makes a major statement until BeiDou is completely introduced, or just slides it in, without much fanfare in the final iPhone 12 specification sheets.