[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”28287″ img_size=”900×500″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]I remember back when 3G was the best service ever. Then came along 4G/LTE and our high speed mobility was never the same. It opened the door to a world of possibilities and power in the palm of our hands. But there is a new kid on the block, 5G, and he is about to make 4G irrelevant. 5G boasts better speeds, up to 20GB per second as a matter of fact. Plus 5G is able to utilize more frequencies which will allow better coverage and less interference.
I am sure you’re asking what does all that have to do with the iPhone. Well 5G has rolled out on some Android devices and with the newest iPhone expected to be announced in September, many might assume the new phones will indeed have 5G capability. Not so fast my friend. A report from ZDNET says Apple does not plan to implement 5G in the iPhone in 2019 and the earliest would be 2020.
While many want the shiny new toy, experts say 5G isn’t ready for prime time. It’s just not living up to expectations right now. The 5G service is living up to the amazing speeds but the coverage areas are lacking and very limited right now.
Analysts say that by next year, 5G should be well established which means Apple might decide than then is the right time to release the 5G capable iPhones.
What do you think of this news? Are you ready for 5G now or can you wait until it’s fully ready to go? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
Cainan is a walking talking Superman fanboy since age 2! He has been a lover of movies since he could understand them which was probably around the age of 5. Geeking out to He-Man, G.I. Joe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and just about every other Saturday morning cartoon. An old school action flick kind of guy, he grew up with Arnold, Stallone, and Willis keeping him company. He is also big into technology and video games. From the classic NES to the PS4, he has played them all. He runs the Geek Vibes Nation Twitter account and is also the main point of contact for booking guests for the podcast shows.