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How 5G on iPhone 12 is different from other smartphones

by Henry Brown

Apple introduced the iPhone 12, 12 mini and 12 Pro. All new items have received support for fifth generation networks (5G). Fast wireless technology is different from other smartphones due to its high speed and Smart Data mode.

Support for 5G networks on iPhone 12 will be available to users in many countries through a combination of hardware and software technologies. Recall that fifth-generation networks significantly increase the download and upload speed, reduce the response rate in online games and allow you to work with high-definition content in real time. This eliminates the need to connect to public Wi-Fi networks.

The iPhone 12 lineup supports most of the most common 5G bands. Smartphones intended for the US market will be able to work with millimeter waves, and these are very high frequencies, the connection at which reaches a speed of 4 Gbps.

The iPhone 12 uses Smart Data mode. This is an intelligent function that allows you to extend the battery life. It evaluates in real time and optimizes the required data-to-battery ratio when working with 5G networks.

In theory, the iPhone 12 lineup will be able to show the longest battery life in fifth-generation networks compared to competing devices due to its software and hardware complex. While it all sounds great “on paper”, so it remains to wait for the arrival of new products on sale and, accordingly, the first tests.

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