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Apple Introduces 5G to iPhone Beta Users in India

Apple is carrying out a beta update for select iPhone clients in India, empowering Jio and Airtel 5G

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Aditya Saikrishna
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INDIA: A beta update for select iPhone users in India will be released by Apple, enabling Jio and Airtel 5G services in cities with the next-generation networks.

Before Apple releases an official software update in December that introduces 5G to millions of iPhone users, the beta update will assist the company in collecting early feedback regarding the proficiency of the network and resolving issues.

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The wireless technology of the next generation, known as 5G, is anticipated to alter how people live and work. It opens up new applications like cloud gaming with its promise of faster download speeds and low latency.

The most rapid wireless technology currently available to most people is 4G LTE.

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By downloading the iOS 16.2 beta update, iPhone owners can test out 5G services, but they must sign up for the beta on the Apple website. However, even if an iPhone user downloads the iOS 16.2 beta software update, not everyone can use 5G.To get early access to 5G, you need one of the following iPhone models: the iPhone 14, the iPhone 13, the iPhone 12, or the iPhone SE.

Users must sign up for the beta software program before downloading the iOS 16.2 beta update. To begin, the user has to visit the Apple Beta Software Program website and select the sign-up option. Then, the user has to log in with their Apple ID.

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After that, the user is taken to a page with the title Guide for Public Betas. Near the top of the screen, the user has to select the link for the operating system they want to install, i.e., iOS 16.2 beta.

One advantage of installing beta software on your Apple device is the opportunity to test out new features before the general public. Users in the beta phase also help refine software updates before release to a broader audience.

At the October India Mobile Congress event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced 5G services. Jio’s 5G services beta testing has already begun in four Indian cities.

Bharti Airtel, Jio’s rival, serves eight cities with high-speed 5G connectivity. By the end of the year, both telecom providers intend to expand the service throughout India. Another big operator, Vodafone, hasn’t revealed its plans to offer 5G services in the country.

Also Read: Apple Unveils Apple TV in India at an Affordable Price


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