Tag: 5G

how to enable iOS 14 updates over 5G cellular data

How To Download iOS Software Updates Over 5G Cellular Data

A less known feature available with the iPhone 12 lineup allows users to download iOS software updates over cellular data. This is a first for iPhone! Until now, all iOS over-the-air software updates have been restricted to a Wi-Fi connectivity. The iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max are able to download…




iPhone 12 No 5G in Dual SIM

iPhone 12 No 5G In Dual SIM Mode? (Workaround Available!)

Apple has put a lot of accent on the 5G technology that’s built-in to the new iPhone 12 lineup. However, it has now surfaced that the iPhone 12 lineup might not be able to connect to 5G when the Dual SIM mode is enabled. If true, this could be a major setback for users that…




iPhone 12 5G UW status icon

iPhone 12 5G UW (Ultra Wideband) Status Bar Indicator

The iPhone 12 lineup is the first Apple smartphone generation that receives 5G support! More, Apple’s 2020 flagships can connect to both type of 5G cellular data speeds. The standard low-band 5G and the super fast 5G Ultra Wideband connection, offered by Verizon. The second one enables download speeds of up to 4 GBs (in…




AT&T 5G nationwide coverage

AT&T Claims Its 5G Network Is Available Nationwide In The US

AT&T has recently announced that its 5G network has reached the nationwide availability status in the United States. The rollout began slowly starting with the major U.S. cities back in 2017. By nationwide understand that it’s available in every state and important city. Rural areas are still left out of course, as many of them…




5ge connectivity for at&t customers

What Does The “5G E” Icon Displaying On My iPhone Mean?

If you’ve updated to iOS 12.2 or later and you’re an AT&T customer you could notice a new cellular connectivity icon displaying in the top-right corner of the screen. The “5G E” symbol is a new controversial abbreviation that replaces the “LTE” icon for some AT&T iPhone owners. However, don’t get too excited because this…