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This Is Why the iPhone 11 Doesn’t Have 5G

The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro don’t have 5G. Why not? And how do they work as 4G phones? We have the details on MIMO, dual SIMs, voice quality, and 4G bands.

By Sascha Segan

It’s not called the “iCamera,” but Apple spent zero time talking about how its brand-new iPhones—the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro—work as, you know, phones.




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