Having taken it off the table earlier this year, TF International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has put iPhone SE 4 back in play. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk about what Apple building its own 5G modem for the SE could mean for other Apple gear. Plus – Bad guys are stealing AirPods Max off of people’s heads in NYC. HOW COULD YOU NOT HEAR THEM CO… oh… yeah…
A preliminary injunction barring Apple from selling 5G products, including iPhone 14, in Colombia has recently been lifted.
With the release of iOS 16.2 beta 2, Apple is beginning to enable 5G connectivity in India while also adding new features.
Apple confirmed that 5G in India will be enabled with the release of the next iOS 16.2 beta for developers and public testers next week.
Apple and Airtel executives are scheduled to meet this week to discuss the rollout of iPhone 5G support on Airtel’s 5G network.
Earlier this week, JP Morgan’s Samik Chatterjee said that 5G was one of the biggest drivers for iPhone upgrades this season. That started Ken on a slew of questions he hoped RCR Wireless News Editor Peter Cohen (@petercohenrcr) might be able to answer. Predictably, it led to more questions.
Apple’s own 5G chip likely won’t be ready for the iPhone 15, and this may may be due to a legal problem between Apple and Qualcomm.
Ericsson is now suing Apple in six countries for 5G patent infringement. The company just filed a lawsuit in the U.K.’s High Court.
AT&T and Verizon will end voluntary restrictions preventing 5G interference with radio altimeters in July. The FAA wants to plan next steps.
Depending on your needs, the defaults on your iPhone may not be the best choices. Here’s how to optimize battery life on your 5G iPhone.