IPhone 13 will boost 5G adoption globally
The iPhone 13s, like the iPhone 12s before them, will be 5G compatible. And according to analyst Anisha Bhatia of the research firm GlobalData, the arrival of iPhone 13 in different markets will boost the adoption of 5G around the world.
As you probably know, Apple held a new keynote on September 14, 2021. The brand’s conference at the apple was full of announcements, starting with the official presentation of the iPhone 13, but also of the new iPad and iPad Mini ( 2021) or the Apple Watch Series 7, the manufacturer’s latest connected watch.
And like the iPhone 12s before them, all iPhone 13 models will be 5G compatible. And according to analyst Anisha Bhatia from research firm GlobalData, this is a great thing for the democratization of 5G around the world. As he points out, there are already many Android smartphones on the market that support 5G, such as all of the latest Samsung devices such as the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3, or the Xiaomi 11T and 11T Pro for just name them.
IPhone 13 will help democratize 5G
On the other hand, the list of 5G compatible devices is significantly reduced on the iOS side, which until then had only four models, namely the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. . But with the launch of the iPhone 13 from September 24 in stores around the world, iOS users will therefore have the choice between 8 5G compatible devices.
And as GlobalData suggests, the iPhone 13 is already more attractive than the iPhone 12. Offered at the same price as the iPhone 12 when it was launched, Apple’s latest flagship has the main advantage to offer double the internal storage capacity, from 64 GB to 128 GB. According to GlobalData, the attractive technical sheet of the iPhone 13 will allow operators to further promote the 5G network, particularly in the United States where millimeter 5G is available. This will not be the case in France before the presidential elections of 2022 as a reminder.
In addition, it should be noted that the new iPad Mini (2021) will also be 5G compatible, and will therefore expand the list of iOS tablets compatible with the latest generation of mobile networks. As a reminder, the iPhone 13 are already victims of their success, as evidenced by the hell of pre-orders between out of stock, a site that crashes and extended delays on the Apple Store.