Categories News Portfolio Tech Tips Redesigned antenna for Apple iPhones is about to come June 14, 2019 At the beginning of May, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects big changes to to come for the iPhones’ antenna material. According to the sources the analyst has, the company is planning to adopt modified-PI (MPI) material in the handsets which would replace the existing liquid crystal polymer (LCP) material that has been used in the previous models, such as iPhone XS (repair), XS Max, and XR. Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly stated that the LCP has significant limitations to the RF performance of the handsets due to the technological weakness and some production issues. Even though, Apple is believed to continue using LCP as its primary material for 5G antennas in 2020, the analyst believes that the company will be able to solve all the production downsides in order to minimize its negative effects on the RF performance of LCP antennas. And even though this information has never been confirmed by the company officials, Apple is also anticipated to begin using LCP material in iPads as well. Categories News Portfolio Tech Tips Recent Posts I accidentally deleted my iPhone contacts—how do I retrieve them quickly and easily? How to Use iTunes to Unlock an iPhone iPhone 7 Screen Replacement – Step by Step Guide Cost to Repair A MacBook at the Apple Store What is Screen Mirroring on an iPhone, and how does it work?