The new 5G wireless standard holds great promise in accelerating your iPhone’s wireless data transfer speeds, but it can also put a strain on your battery, quickly draining battery life while it’s enabled. Here’s how to turn it off when you don’t need it.
First, open Settings on your iPhone.
In Settings, tap “Mobile”.
Under “Cellular”, tap “Cellular Data Options”.
Under “Cellular Data Options”, tap “Voice & Data”.
Under “Voice and Data”, select “LTE” from the list to disable 5G completely.
(Alternatively, you can select “5G Auto” from this list, which will allow the iPhone to automatically turn off 5G to save battery life when it’s not needed.)
Note: If your iPhone doesn’t include 5G hardware, you won’t see 5G as an option here. Apple added 5G support when it launched iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max in 2020. Older iPhones don’t support 5G.
Next, exit the Settings. 5G is now disabled on your iPhone. If you…
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