New Delhi [India]Nov. 3 (ANI): Tech giant Apple will roll out the much-anticipated software upgrades of its 5G network in India to its users starting next week.
The service will be provided as Apple pushes its iOS 16 Beta software update.
India announced the launch of 5G services on October 1.
Airtel and Reliance Jio customers on any iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and iPhone SE (3rd generation) models can use the Apple Beta Software to try out the 5G service.
The Apple Beta Software Program is open to anyone who has a valid Apple ID and accepts the Apple Beta Program Agreement during the registration process.
The Apple Beta Software also allows users to try out pre-release software and try out the latest features before the software becomes more widely available.
Users are invited to provide feedback to Apple about quality and usability, which helps Apple identify and solve problems and improve Apple software.
To access the Apple Beta Software, iPhone users can simply sign up on their devices to access the latest public betas, as well as subsequent updates, including a 5G beta that will be available to Airtel and Jio customers starting next week.
As a member of the Apple Beta Software program, users will be able to register their iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, HomePod mini, or Apple Watch to access the latest public betas, as well as subsequent updates.
Apple said the software and software are free for iPhone users. This program is voluntary and there is no compensation for participation.
Earlier in October, Apple said in a statement to ANI: “We are working with our carrier partners in India to deliver the best 5G experience to iPhone users once network verification, quality and performance testing is complete.”
“5G will be enabled via a software update and will begin rolling out to iPhone users in December,” it added in the statement.
The move by the iPhone maker appears to come after the Department of Communications and the Ministry of Information Technology pushed mobile phone makers and telecom operators to update 5G-related software in devices and put in place the infrastructure needed for faster 5G deployment. Modern communication services.
5G internet services are finally here in India. On October 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched 5G services at the 6th India Mobile Conference held at Pragati Maidan in Delhi.
The central government intends to cover 5G services across the country within two years, Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnau said recently at an event.
In mid-August, the government issued spectrum assignment letters to telecom service providers while asking them to prepare to deploy 5G services.
In October, Bharti Airtel also said it had launched “Airtel 5G Plus” services in eight cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Siliguri, Nagpur and Varanasi – and would cover all urban areas of India in 2023.
Reliance Jio also announced that it will launch high speed 5G telecom services by Diwali this year in several major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. After that, it plans to expand its 5G network to every city, collection, and Talukas across the country by December 2023, which is less than 18 months from now. (Ani)
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