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Does Apple iPhone 14 series support 5G networks?

Apple launched the iPhone 14 series during its tenure far Event. This time around, the regular supermodels barely got any attention from the company. They are in many ways useless iterations of the iPhone 13. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro models have received some of the biggest and most notable upgrades we’ve seen on an Apple phone in many years. These include the classic class retirement benefit… A degree smarter Dynamic island. In addition, the Always On Display (AOD) feature provides a unique input. Not to mention the 48MP wide camera sensor and the all-new A16 Bionic chip. If you are planning to buy an iPhone 14, you must be wondering – does it support 5G? While 5G is arguably a gimmick most users probably don’t do need toIt is still of interest to many customers. Here’s what you should know about 5G support on iPhone 14.

iPhone 14 series full range support information

The iPhone 14 lineup is already compatible with 5G networks — assuming your carrier and data plan support it. Supported 5G bands depend on the region where you buy the device. Apple offers full domain support information in a rather bulky format, so we’ve simplified this information for you.

  • Common ranges across all models and regions:
    • 5G: n1 (2100MHz), n2 (1900MHz), n3 (1800MHz), n5 (850MHz), n7 (2600MHz), n8 (900MHz), n12 (700MHz), n20 (800 DD), n25 (1900 MHz), n26 (800 MHz), n28 (700 APT), n30 (2300 MHz), n38 (TD 2600), n40 (TD 2300), n41 (TD 2500), n48 (TD 3600), n66 (AWS-3), n70 (AWS-4), n77 (TD 3700), n78 (TD 3500), and n79 (TD 4700).
    • 4G: 1 (2100 MHz), 2 (1900 MHz), 3 (1800 MHz), 4 (AWS), 5 (850 MHz), 7 (2600 MHz), 8 (900 MHz), 12 (700 MHz), 13 (700 MHz) 17 (700 MHz), 18 (800 MHz), 19 (800 MHz), 20 (800 MHz), 25 (1900 MHz), 26 (800 MHz), 28 (700 MHz), 30 ( 2300MHz), 32 (1500 L-band), 34 (TD 2000), 38 (TD 2600), 39 (TD 1900), 40 (TD 2300), 41 (TD 2500), 42 (TD 3500), 46 ( TD unlicensed), 48 (TD 3600), and 66 (AWS-3).
    • Note: These are the only bands available for China, Hong Kong, Macau, Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. No additional 4G or 5G bands are available for these areas.

The above set of 4G and 5G bands are common in all regions. The next set of 4G and 5G bands is what you get above the popular bands, depending on your region.

  • United States and Puerto Rico (Model A2650 / A2651 / A2649 / A2632): Common bands and these additional bands:
    • 5G: n14 (700 PS), n29 (700d MHz), n53 (TD 2500), n71 (600 MHz), n258 (26 GHz), n260 (39 GHz), n261 (28 GHz).
    • 4G: 14 (700 PS), 29 (700d MHz), 53 (TD 2500), 71 (600 MHz).
  • Canada, Japan, Mexico and Saudi Arabia (Model A2889 / A2893 / A2881 / A2885): Common bands and these additional bands:
    • 5G: n14 (700 PS), n29 (700 MHz), n53 (TD 2500), n71 (600 MHz).
    • 4G: 11 (1500 MHz), 14 (700 MHz), 21 (1500 MHz), 29 (700 MHz), 53 (TD 2500), and 71 (600 MHz).
  • rest of the world (A2890 / A2894 / A2882 / A2886) Including Australia, most of Europe, India and the United Kingdom: Common bands and these additional bands:
    • 5G: n53 (TD 2500).
    • 4G: 53 (TD 2500).

If your country doesn’t offer 5G support yet (or you simply don’t care), don’t worry. The iPhone 14 series supports 4G (LTE) too – not just 5G. So you can always undo it or just choose to use it cellular Settings. In the end, 4G is already as fast as streaming on the go. Draining a 5G battery significantly isn’t worth it for many people. What’s the point of getting incredibly fast speeds if many users aren’t taking advantage of them?

    iPhone 14 retains most of the specifications of its predecessor. It’s A15 running and running iOS 16.

    Apple iPhone 14 Pro

Be sure to check out our list of the best iPhone 14 cases on your way out. You won’t want to break the thin glass if you drop it.

Planning to use 5G networks on your iPhone 14? Why and why not? Let us know in the comments section below.

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