Apple has four different icons in the iPhone status bar to denote that you are using 5G that depends in the operator :
Verizon uses 5G UW to note mmWave and other high-frequency 5G connections, AT&T uses 5G+, and T-Mobile labels it 5G UC (ultra capacity).
If you see the plain “5G’ in your status bar, that’s signaling you’re on the lower spectrum 600/700/800 witg greater range and coverage, slower speeds comparatively.
If you would like to turn of or turn off 5G in iphone below are the diffrent steps :
- Head to the Settings app on your iPhone (5G available on iPhone 12, 13, and SE 3)
- Tap Cellular
- Choose Cellular Data Options
- Tap Voice & Data
- With 5G Auto as the default, you can choose 5G On to use it anytime it’s available for faster speeds
- Alternatively, if you want to turn 5G off completely, tap LTE (gives better battery life)
You can also tap Data Mode in the cellular settings and pick Allow More Data on 5G for higher quality video for streaming and things like FaceTime. And the opposite, Low Data Mode for when you want to conserve.
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