While the wireless industry grasps at ways to define the scale of 5G's impact, a near-term benefit could be the alleviation of traffic on LTE networks
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A latecomer to new cellular network generations, Apple is passing on the 5G MWC festivities as it grapples with sourcing 5G modems. The coming years could result in deeper integration into its product line than ever before, or a deep competitive gap.
In an age of heightened security awareness and crowded Wi-Fi networks for remote working, new options are reviving cellular tethering and modems.