Why you don't need a 5G phone just yet
NEW YORK (AP) - No 5G iPhone? No problem. You probably don't want one anyway.
For most people, it's smart to stick with a smartphone that isn't compatible with speedier 5G wireless networks, which are just starting to roll out. That's the case even if you think you'll be hanging on to your next phone for a few years.
Not only are the first-generation 5G phones expensive, their antennas and modems typically work only with particular 5G networks owned by specific mobile carriers. That ...