iPhone 5G in India: How to get 5G connectivity on your Apple devices
A beta update by Apple allows select users to use 5G
Select iPhone users can now make the most of the new 5G services in cities that have made the upgrade available. The iPhone 5G update comes to beta users who will help Apple collect feedback and early data on its proficiency.
The company is expected to come out with 5G technology by the end of December this year, which promises a quicker download speed alongside low latency. While 4G LTE is the fastest connection available for users today, 5G can pave the way for several avenues, such as virtual reality and cloud gaming.
How to get 5G on your Apple iPhone?
Apple iPhone users can download iOS 16.2 beta that is currently available for iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and iPhone SE (3). However, before you can download the iPhone 5G software update, you’ll need to have enrolled in the Apple beta software programme. You can do that by heading to the beta website, and signing in using your Apple ID. However, it’s worth noting that even Apple recommends that you install beta updates on a spare iPhone – and not on your primary device.
5G for iPhone is expected to roll out to everyone before the end of this year. This new update comes shortly after the government announced 5G for Indian users last month. Several network providers, such as Jio and Airtel, have begun beta trials for 5G services across five to eight major cities in India. However, both these telecom operators are due to expand across the country early next year and make high-speed internet available for people across India.
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