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Thread: Surprised iPhone 8 is 5gE capable

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    Only the iPhone XR which is not capable of 1gbit and doesn稚 have LAA
    Two great smartphone apps to find cell towers and map actual coverage areas
    1. Cellmapper
    2. OpenSignal
    If You're With AT&T Wireless as your Cell Provider, Use the "AT&T Mark The Spot App" to report an issues with your service, like, no connection, slow speeds, no coverage, drop calls...etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by hdtvtechno View Post
    Yes all iPhones 8, and 8Plus, X, XR, XS, XSMax are all 5gE capable
    So it is possible it is because I知 on prepaid. Within a couple weeks I値l be in a couple of markets. I値l check it out.
    iPhone 11 is my current primary phone. I have older model iPhones and Moto phones available on other lines. Currently prepaid, though would consider postpaid on right plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevink1 View Post
    So it is possible it is because I知 on prepaid. Within a couple weeks I値l be in a couple of markets. I値l check it out.
    Could be that you on prepaid or in an area not upgraded

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    I see in another thread that it is mainly a toggle. ATT's site shows my market as being updated but that may just be one TAC in the area, not where I work or live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevink1 View Post
    So it is possible it is because I知 on prepaid. Within a couple weeks I値l be in a couple of markets. I値l check it out.
    It might just be the X for some reason..I have both the Xs Max and X. My Xs Max will show 5Ge in certain areas but I haven't seen it on my X yet. It sticks to LTE in the exact same areas..I was thinking it wasn't supported until I saw this thread saying the 8 shows it. Not sure what's going on. Both are on postpaid on the same account and both are up to date

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    Not that it actually means anything different than the label on the screen. This doesn't magically give the phone superpowers it didn't have when made.

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    Talk about small e

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevink1 View Post
    Not that it actually means anything different than the label on the screen. This doesn't magically give the phone superpowers it didn't have when made.
    While true
    But it does help since AT&T is adding all of the signal frequencies bands they supposed to be added to the cell towers

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