Apple Hinting the Presence of Broadcom BCM4329 Chip and Capability of 802.11N WiFi in Next Generation of iPhone

Probably iPhone marketing team is good at keeping next generation of iPhone a secret but probably the people in Human Resource Department do not care much about the privacy and secrecy as far as they are doing their job. This was revealed when a job posting was put up on Apples official website, looking for a software engineer for iPhone WiFi team. Is this a hint that we may find 802.1 1n WiFi in the coming iPhone? Some of the pre requisites for applying for the said job are:

  • Implementation of 802.11 a/b/g/n & related specifications.
  • 802.11i/802.1x Security protocols
  • Good understanding of wireless RF technologies & co-existence issues of 802.11 PHYs with other Wireless interfaces like Bluetooth.

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Broadcom BCM4329 chip capable of 802.11n may be incorporated in the next generation of iPhone. The noticeable fact is that 802.11g is already present in 3G iPhone.

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