Monday, March 14, 2011

Apple Devices will Not Feature NFC Technology, Till the End of This Year [Report]

We were hearing some rumors about the NFC Technology to be integrated in the New iPhone 5. But now the reports are coming out that there won't be any NFC Technology in the Next Generation iPhone 5. This report has been made by The Independent. Apple is reluctant to adding this technology. According to Some of the Major Mobile Operators in UK, Apple has disclosed the meetings about the NFC Technology integration.

What is NFC?
NFC (Near Field Communication) is basically an Short Field Wireless Technology, Say requiring a distance of 4 cm or less. It is basically used to Pay for Goods you buy directly from your Device. It was called as "Wave And Pay". So you just have to Wave your Device for the good you buy and pay directly from it.

According to The Independent:
One source close to the discussions said: "The new iPhone will not have NFC, Apple told the operators it was concerned by the lack of a clear standard across the industry." Yet Apple is understood to be working on its own NFC proposition, which would link payments through iTunes. It hopes to introduce the technology in a handset likely to be released next year.
This means Apple won't be showing up this Technology this year, there might be a chance that Apple might feature this technology in their Next Generation iPhone not the iPhone 5, might be iPhone 6.

According to the Nokia's  CEO and Google's Eric Shmidt, This Technology will "revolutionize payments”, And there's a chance that Google Nexus S devices might implement NFC in it, but the problem is standout payment provider that uses the Nexus’ NFC technology for payments.

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