iOS 14.5 will enable 5G function in dual SIM mode on iPhone 12 models

Today, Apple provided the first beta version of iOS 14.5 to developers for testing. One of the important new features is to support 5G on iPhone 12 models in dual SIM mode. The iPhone 12 model is equipped with both a physical SIM card slot and a digital eSIM card, which can realize a function called dual card dual standby.

This indicates that you can in a single iPhone has two lines of service on this purchase pure packet to travel abroad or while turning a very useful personal and business lines on a single iPhone.

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Earlier, the Dual-SIM mode was limited to LTE, but iOS 14.5 introduced support for 5G with two faster lines. Apple has previously stated that iOS 14.5 will be released in early spring, so the software update may be launched as early as the end of March, and the public beta version is likely to be released in the next day or so.

A Verizon internal presentation once stated that Apple plans to enable 5G in dual-SIM mode by the end of 2020, so the arrival of this feature is a few months later than expected.

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