Why the next iPhone will be the 'unofficial start' to 5G

A new report from research firm CCS Insights predicts that 5G will reach the one-billion connections mark in 2022, surging to 3.2 billion connections in 2025. 

The analyst team behind the report said that their expectations for 2025 were even more bullish than previous forecasts. China, particularly, is expected to lead the growth, with one billion connections reached in 2024. 

And unsurprisingly, the resilience of 5G is largely attributed to the highly anticipated release of Apple’s next-generation iPhone, which is rumored to be fitted with 5G capability.

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