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Apple enabled 5G support for iPhones in India

As India enters the 5G era, Apple announced that 5G cellular support has been enabled for the new iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone SE, and iPhone 12 lineups in India.

In order to use a 5G connection with Reliance Jio and Airtel on an iPhone 12 model or later, customers will need to update to the iOS 16.2 update which also comes with another myriad of features.

Apple last month enabled 5G in the iOS 16 Beta software program week for select iPhone users in the country.

Also Read: Jio to Bring 5G to Every Indian by Dec 2023: Mukesh Ambani

Apple Airtel and Jio customers who participated in the iOS 16 Beta software program were able to try out 5G.

Apple worked closely with its “carrier partners in India to bring the best 5G experience to iPhone users as soon as network validation and testing for quality and performance is completed”.

As India rolls out 5G in a phased manner starting with key metro cities, smartphone players are working towards making 5G available on their devices.

Earlier Reliance Jio said the company rolled out standalone 5G services in select cities in the country by December. To build a pan-India true 5G network, Jio has committed a total investment of Rs 2 lakh crore

Apple performs extensive testing with carrier partners to ensure a great experience for iPhone users.

iPhone offers users super-fast downloads and uploads, better streaming, and real-time connectivity with 5G to help them stay in touch, share, and enjoy the content.

The support for 5G on iPhone has now extended to over 250 carrier partners in over 70 markets around the world, with expanded support for standalone networks. Prioritizing software upgrades would enable the early adoption of 5G in India.

 

 

 

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