The iPhone SE indicates that the false 5G startup is over

When I returned to The Verge in 2018, my first major assignment seemed perfect: a trip to Maui, Hawaii, sip cocktail chilled on the beach (The Verge paid for my trip; we did not accept junkets), so and was one of the first. Reporters to witness blistering 5G speeds at a Qualcomm event. Instead, I realized that I was lying. The first real-world 5G test was a flop, with some pretty impressive speeds, in the face of the fact that Verizon and AT & T’s millimeter-wave (mmWave) 5G were not ready.

For the next three years, Verizon and AT&T successfully used the fake-it-till-you-do-it process, listing politicians to help them “win” 5G as if it were a “race.” Their fastest 5G networks operate on a spectrum called fast millimeter wave but so carelessly you will quickly receive the signal without a direct cell tower. Meanwhile, powerful phone developers like Apple are struggling to replicate LTE networks into things like “5Ge,” helping carriers mislead customers into thinking they have already rolled out new networks.

But now it seems that 5G millimeter-wave transmissions sold from the start are a gigantic fantasy – a way to stay in the game until the actual practical 5G landscape is ready. WITH A NEW IPHONE DO, VERIZON DOES NOT REQUIRE MLI WAVE SUPPORT. On Tuesday, Apple announced the 2022 iPhone SE, the first 5G iPhone for the AT&T 5G non-wavelength U.S. and specifically Verizon has been emphasizing for years. Instead of denouncing the iPhone or insisting that Apple made an integral part of its millimeter wave network, Verizon would simply carry it. Verizon spokesman George Koroneos confirmed to Verge that the company would store it in stores.

Why am I making such a big deal about something that is normal? You need to understand that things are not right in Verizon-land. Google Verizon to create a version of its budget Pixel 4A 5G that is $ 100 more to satisfy the ridiculous carrier demand of phones supporting the millimeter wave — there. Samsung’s Galaxy S20 version of Verizon has reduced RAM and no microSD expansion so they can match mmWave 5G. All of Apple’s high-end iPhones have low-resolution windows per millimeter wave if you buy them in the US, and for what? Personally, I have experienced the introduction of a Verizon mmWave 5G with my iPhone mini on average once.

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