LONDON: Apple is all set to launch its iPhone 12 series during a digital event on October 13 and now, a new report has claimed that iPhone 12 may have serious issues connecting to 5G in the UK.
According to analysts speaking to The Telegraph, ‘iPhone 12’ models may not support the 700MHz 5G band. Lower-spectrum bands such as 700MHz are crucial to 5G coverage since they are far-reaching and 700MHz is expected to be the most common form of 5G in the UK.
The report said that the new iPhone without support for “700MHz spectrum could give a huge advantage to UK network Three, which owns a considerable amount of 5G spectrum in bands that are expected to be usable by the iPhone”.
(With inputs from agencies)