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Why 5G speeds on the iPhone 12 will likely disappoint

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When Apple launched the 5G-enabled iPhone 12 under the banner “5G just got real,” it did so with a triumphant boast of the speeds that can be achieved via its A14 chipset, which the company claimed were up to 10 times faster than those available on 4G devices. But that was far from telling the whole story.

The reality is that current 5G download speeds in the United States are just 1.8 times faster than 4G LTE, according to data from Opensignal, a firm that tracks wireless network speeds around the world. Opensignal found that 4G LTE download speeds averaged out at 22Mbps, but when the same company tested the average speeds of users on a 5G tariff, speeds only increased to 33.4Mbps. That’s a decent boost, but it’s a long, long way from the 900Mbps 5G speeds that the likes of Verizon have been talking about.

Why the disconnect?

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