Apple announced that it will enable 5G for a limited number of Indian iPhone users starting next week as the country enters the 5G era. Customers of Apple Airtel and Jio who take part in the iOS 16 Beta software programme will be able to test out 5G before it becomes available to the general public in December.
Users can give Apple input on product quality and usability through the beta programme, which aids Apple in finding problems, fixing them, and improving its software. To access the most recent public betas and subsequent updates, including the 5G beta that will be made available to Airtel and Jio users starting next week, a user must enrol their iPhone in the Apple Beta Software Program.
With the beta programme, users can also provide feedback to Apple on quality and usability, which helps Apple identify issues, fix them, and make Apple software even better.
Apple performs extensive testing with carrier partners to ensure a great experience for iPhone users.
iPhone offers users super-fast downloads and uploads, better streaming, and real-time connectivity with 5G to help them stay in touch, share, and enjoy the content.