Apple's new 5G iPhones are widely expected to support both sub-6GHz and mmWave frequency bands; however, that could change next year, according to a DigiTimes report via MacRumors.
Apple's 2020 series of iPhones will work on both sub-6GHz and millimeter wave 5G networks, and the vendor is considering introducing its iPhones supporting either mmWave or sub-6GHz for specific markets next year, according to industry sources in Taiwan.
Sub-6Ghz offers slower speeds but broader coverage; whereas, mmWave provides faster speeds with smaller coverage areas.
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