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Each carrier offers just a handful of 5G capable phones, and some to just business customers. Expect the number of 5G capable devices to grow quickly as network access expands.
We will see 5G in many more devices and across different industries, including automotive, robotics and medical. We’ll see advancements in areas that require fast connection speeds and low latency, such as gaming, AR and VR.
Unless your device has been built with 5G capabilities, you’ll have to upgrade all of your devices to have 5G compatibility.
It is rumored that Apple will release 5G capable devices in 2020.