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Apple iPhone 14 Pro: Will this model have a bleak future in India? Check out the details

Apple iPhone 14 Pro: This year’s iPhones are already generating a lot of buzz, especially the Pro variants. Now, this is obviously due to the fact that Apple is anticipated to provide significant advancements with the iPhone 14 Pro models, which the entry-level iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max models might not receive. If the iPhone 14 Pro does indeed support satellite calling and texting, it calls into question the phone’s planned debut in India.

However, before we discuss what the Indian government’s possible objection to the potential iPhone 14 Pro feature would be, let’s take a brief look at the pertinent rumours: The design of the iPhone 14 series is rumoured to have undergone one of the largest modifications. There are rumours that the iPhone 14 Pro models may forgo the wide notch in favour of a pill-shaped design and a larger screen area. Satellite connectivity is an additional capability that the Pro models are anticipated to include.

Now, that’s the feature that iPhone 13 was supposed to get initially but didn’t in the end. According to recent sources, the iPhone 14 Pro will be the first Apple phone to have a satellite communication option, allowing users to contact emergency services in locations without cellular connection.

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According to well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple has “finished the hardware development” for the iPhone 14’s satellite communication capability. The expert also mentioned that although the feature’s actual hardware development was finished for the iPhone 13, the iPhone 14 will be used for its final execution. Kuo also emphasised that Apple and Globalstar have a partnership for the iPhone’s satellite capability.

Satellite connectivity:

Apple hasn’t yet provided any information regarding the satellite communication feature that will be available on the iPhone 14 Pro. However, if Apple includes satellite connectivity in the forthcoming iPhone, the corporation may run into some difficulties while attempting to market the product in India. This is due to the fact that using satellite phones in India without express authorization and permission is “unauthorised/illegal”. The use of Thuraya/Iridium satellite phones is prohibited in India under Section 6 of the Indian Wireless Act and Section 20 of the Indian Telegraph Act.

It’s not as if satellite phones can’t be imported into India or utilised for personal usage. They might be. However, the users must request government authorisation for it.

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