The iPhone 15 is set to feature an upgraded ultrawide-band chip, referred to as the U2 version, marking the first update to the location-finding chip.
According to reports, this enhancement builds upon the already impressive location-tracking capabilities of the initial-generation chip.
Bloomberg's comprehensive coverage of the upcoming Apple event reveals several details, including the introduction of the U2 chip.
Notably, all four iPhone models will receive this upgrade, not limited to just the Pro variants, and Apple plans to incorporate it into the next iterations of its major product lineup.
The inclusion of the 'U2' ultrawide-band semiconductor in all new iPhones is expected to significantly enhance location tracking,
enabling more accurate tracking of people and devices within the Find My app.
Apple's intention is to integrate this chip into upcoming releases across its range of major products.