5G FAQ: What is 5G and when it will come to the iPhone

5G FAQ: What is 5G and when will it come to the iPhone

warmed up The marketing machine for 5G is just. AT&T probably the first shot, when it started, re-labeling some of the LTE, its 4G service “5G Evolution,” complete with a “5G e” logo in the status bar of some phones. Soon, 5G is everywhere you look. All four major carriers are going to billions of dollars hyping up “5G” and tries to convince you that, a, you must, and two of the on 5G.

It’s all unnecessarily confusing. The carrier will confuse us with a large bandwidth numbers, network coverage maps and confusing claims, to do the little to do with reality.

Here is what you really need are about 5G and how it impacts you as an iPhone user.

Updated 12/02/19: T-Mobile has announced the launch of the 5G network on the 600-MHz spectrum, which is not as fast as the mm-wave 5G spectrum used by most of the competitors, but the traveling much more. The company claims it to offer, therefore, is first of all, 5G will be “nationwide.”

What is 5G, eh?

put Simply, 5G is the next big step in mobile wireless technology. A very simplified description of the mobile generations is as follows:

1G was the old analog, voice-only cellular stuff from the 80s.

2G gave us SMS texts and MMS images, and finally, (as a kind of intermediate step), some limited data-transmission.

3G was the birth of the mobile internet. The speed was slow but you could load maps and websites and make a rough video calls. The original iPhone was technically the device is a 3G, although it was limited to the connection to AT&T EDGE network, which is what most as “2.5 G.” It is the successor to the iPhone 3G, combined with the correct 3G HSDPA networks.

4G is the LTE services that we have today (although some airlines are trying to make their mark in a late stage of 3G service as 4G). It has developed and over the years improved and offers faster data speeds and better reliability. The iPhone 5 was the first LTE support 4G, although the modern iPhones support newer 4G technologies, which will greatly improve the cellular speed and reliability.

5G is the next step, and to improvements through the next ten years of wireless service. It should offer huge improved speed, more reliable connections, and perhaps most importantly, it is designed to accommodate a significant number of connected devices.

take care of Why should it be me, about 5G?

In the short term, you probably should not. It will take some time before 5G networks are really available everywhere and almost every mobile device that you want to use can access them.

For the most part, you can expect your first 5G to offer a mobile real-world download speeds ranging from a few hundred megabits per second over a gigabit per second. Depending on your location, telephone, and a number of other variables you can expect, realistically, that it is between 2 and 10 times faster than the LTE service.

over the years, as the 5G networks and devices, and more parts of the complicated 5G specification, these speeds will go away. Ultimately, we will see multi-gigabit download speeds and upload speeds of about a gigabit.

5G networks promise a better management of congestion and much lower latencies (the gap in time between the data leaves your device, and reach your destination). It is much more should how to Wi-Fi to a cell network.

5G speeds will be fast enough to serve with sufficiently low latency, such as your home internet connection, and some providers have plans to do so. You have a fixed antenna on your house or your apartment and get your home-internet-data-transmission over-the-air.

This is the reason why 5G is important: It will eventually make it feel, to be connected with a very fast Wi-Fi connection wherever you go, and some much-needed competition in the home internet access.

5G is already available?

Yes, but not in a practical sense. All four of the major carriers mobile 5G service in a handful of cities, but that comes with a big asterisk. Even in cities, in which 5G is being offered is usually only in very limited areas. In some cases, it is only a few blocks of houses scattered here and there, a single location in the city center.

T-Mobile announced the 5G service of the entire it-s 600 MHz network footprint, which is not nearly as fast as others, but extends very far. It claims, “nationwide” 5G, which is a bit far-fetched.

To use the 5G network, even in these very limited locations, you need to have a 5G phone. There are not many available, and they are quite expensive. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, touch 10 Plus 5 G and the LG V50 THINQ. Both are extremely expensive (more than$1000). The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is one of the least expensive 5G phones at $840.

Most of these early mobile phones are not yet in the position, with the entire 5G spectrum from 600 MHz up to millimeter-wave. A single, uniform 5G phone that works on almost all frequency bands on all of the major US carriers is still 

It would be very generous to that early tests of 5G networks and mobile phones were “a mixed bag”. Mobile phones to overheat and fall back to a 4G connection. Battery life is not as good as you would expect, from mobile phones with such huge batteries. Service, even in the limited locations where 5G is to life, is not uniform.

when will 5G really available?

carriers are rushing to merge in order to build 5G networks as soon as possible, and T-Mobile is desperate, with Sprint, so that you can combine your networks for a better 5G cover. But there are many complications getting in the way.

The really fast 5G speeds will come from the use of high-frequency radio waves, called the millimeter-wave, which before had never been used in a cellular network. The higher frequencies give faster speeds, but also a lot of smaller cover from the cell transmitter. A single cell tower dozens of square miles in the 700MHz frequencies can cover, but hardly for a city-bock-in the millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrum (above 24GHz). What’s more, higher-frequency radio waves are not easily to by materials to penetrate: mmWave is easily blocked by trees, walls, Windows, etc.

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The fastest 5G will use high-frequency mmWave spectrum, which can not travel far or in buildings.

Mobile network operators to build, consisting of many thousands of new towers around us, the super-fast mmWave speeds. And all the towers, the existing and the new,” ” much more “backhaul” (your connection to the internet). After all, you will need to add support for many more devices, many times to transmit more data.

All of that stuff takes a lot of time. It is a lot of work on the construction and tear of roads, and this is after dealing with local permits, easements, access rights, and so on.

Realistically, the urban users do not need to. reliable 5G cover until sometime in late 2020, and it is up to the year 2021 before the coverage is really good, in the cities and quite well in suburban areas Expect that there will be 3 to 4 years beforee 5G cover is on par with today’s 4G coverage (and some would say that is a very optimistic point of view).

The puny selection of 5G mobile phones to quickly expand in the year 2020 and 5G will be in the most high-end phones in the year 2021, and even more cheap models up to the year 2022.

If I be able to buy a 5G iPhone?

no one really knows anything about a new iPhone until Apple say on the stage in September to us all about it. That is, the company pays the current payroll with Qualcomm it back on the track to a 5G iPhone ready for the autumn of the year 2020.

it should spread on the shelves, right around the time 5G-network coverage is wide enough to make a meaningful difference in many parts of the world, also here in the U.S.

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The first 5G iPhone is likely to

5G connectivity only Apple’s most expensive iPhone model in the year 2020, or even an optional variant. It is probably Qualcomm X55-modem, a second-generation-5G-modem, the connection with millimeter-wave and low-frequency 5G networks.

If you want to buy a cheap iPhone with the 5G, you’ll probably have to wait until the fall of 2021 or 2022.

Released on Mon, 02 Dec 2019 19:56:00 +0000

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