Apple Users In India To Get 5G From Next Week
Next week, users of the tech giant Apple will start receiving the much expected software updates for the 5G network in India.
The service will launch at the same time that Apple releases the iOS 16 Beta software update. On October 1, India declared the beginning of 5G services. Customers of Airtel and Reliance Jio can utilise Apple’s beta software programme on any model of the iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and iPhone SE (3rd generation) to experience 5G service.
Anyone with an active Apple ID who accepts the terms of the Apple Beta Software Program Agreement during the registration procedure is eligible to participate in the programme. The Apple Beta Software Program additionally enables consumers to test out early versions of product and utilise the most recent features before the software is more widely available.
Users are encouraged to give Apple comments on usability and quality so that Apple can find problems, correct them, and improve its software.
Users of iPhones can enrol their device in the Apple Beta Software Program to gain access to the most recent public betas as well as future updates, such as the 5G beta that will be made available to Airtel and Jio subscribers starting next week. Users can sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program to gain access to the most recent public betas and future upgrades on their iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, HomePod mini, or Apple Watch.
According to Apple, iPhone owners can get the programme and software for free. This initiative is optional, and there is no compensation for participation.
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