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Apple's first 5G iPhone will launch a year behind Android rivals, report says

Mashable Saturday, 3 November 2018
Apple's first 5G iPhone is still two years away. That's according to a new report, which says the iPhone maker won't be 5G ready until 2020.

That would put Apple a year behind some of its Android rivals which have said they plan to have 5G phones in 2019.

The news, which comes from Fast Company, cites a single source said...
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