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  1. #1
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    iPhone XS delivers 26 percent faster 4G speeds than predecessors

    Apple iPhone XS offers 26 percent faster 4G speeds comparing with the predecessors.

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    Well, Apple has already declared that they won't be bringing out their 5G phone this year. So, 2020 is the only time we see something like a 5G iPhone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkJosh View Post
    Well, Apple has already declared that they won't be bringing out their 5G phone this year. So, 2020 is the only time we see something like a 5G iPhone.
    With such humongous speeds on 4G itself, Apple can cool its heals before adventuring in the 5G territory.

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    Practically speaking, the difference between 21.7 megabits per second and 20.5mbps per second is negligible. And we don't keep counting like this in our everyday lives, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveCutting View Post
    Practically speaking, the difference between 21.7 megabits per second and 20.5mbps per second is negligible. And we don't keep counting like this in our everyday lives, right?
    And it's just a matter of one second. Though, for speed counting it does matter, that one second hardly does.