Apple’s hopes of having a 5G iPhone on store shelves in 2019 might have been dashed.
The tech giant has decided to nix plans for a 5G iPhone in 2019 and will instead offer it up in 2020 at the earliest, Bloomberg is reporting, citing people who claim to have knowledge of its plans.
According to the report, Apple is taking a cue from an old playbook and waiting a year after its competitors launch 5G phones to offer it in its own device. The company reasons, according to the report, that waiting will allow all of the technical problems to get worked out and a larger market to form that it can take advantage of.
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