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Apple releases 5G support for the iPhone 14 and other variants in India.

For its much anticipated support of 5G cellular, Apple has begun handing out the iOS 16.2 update to eligible iPhone customers.
The business announced that with the release of iOS 16.2, 5G cellular compatibility has been enabled for the new iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone SE, and iPhone 12 lines in India, which users may access through Airtel and Jio 5G services.
Since the introduction of 5G services on October 1, telecom providers like Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio have increased their 5G coverage in 50 Indian cities. While the majority of Android phone owners have begun receiving updates from their original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), the 5G network was only accessible to iOS 16.2 beta users.
The Cupertino-major refers to Airtel and Reliance Jio as its “carrier partners.” “in India and has previously disclosed that it is collaborating with carrier partners there to give iPhone users the finest 5G experience.
In addition to 5G cellular compatibility, iOS 16.2 adds new features like Apple Music Sing, a new home app architecture, the ability to turn off wallpaper and notifications for always-on displays, a lock screen sleep widget, AirTag alerts, Siri silent responses, and many more.
Apple enabled 5G in India last month in the iOS 16 Beta software programme for a small number of iPhone users in the nation as a trial run. A restricted group of customers with Airtel and Reliance Jio connections were able to test out 5G. The firm advised customers to update to iOS 16.2 on their devices.
iPhone customers will benefit from “super-fast downloads and uploads, improved streaming, and real-time connectivity with 5G to let people keep in touch, share, and enjoy the content,” according to a statement from Apple “.
With the release of iOS 16.2, Apple iPhone 5G network functionality is now available in more than 70 nations around the world.
According to a recent analysis by India’s National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) and Arthur D. Little, 5G telecom networks are anticipated to account for close to 2% of India’s GDP by 2030. According to the estimate, by 2030 the 5G market will bring in close to $180 billion in revenue.

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