The reality right now is this: Superfast 5G exists, but it’s rare.
The fastest of the new 5G networks are still being built, meaning the infrastructure for these new iPhones is not completely there yet.
Compared to the rest of the world, the U.S. ranks dead last in 5G speeds.
It's a plan to free up space for commercial 5G signals so they're less likely to get blocked.
The Galaxy S20 will be ready for next-generation wireless networks, which should improve later this year.
The UK decided not to follow U.S. advice to kick Huawei out of its 5G infrastructure. But it still put a lot of limits on the Chinese company.
There's a trade off between how fast people can download things … and whether coverage can reach people in remote areas.
Lots of next-generation 5G wireless, and lots of artificial intelligence
This week, T-Mobile rolled out its “5G” service nationwide. But instead of a revolutionary change in data speeds, it’ll boost downloads by an average of 20%.
For China and other countries, the 5G rollout is a global technology race.