If you’ve ever worn a face mask, you might have noticed that some of them come with a thin piece of metal in the upper portion of the mask. According to the latest conspiracy theorists, this thin piece of metal is apparently a 5G antenna that the government is trying to hide inside of our masks.
Google is set to launch their new smartphone, the Google Pixel 4a. Initially, there were rumors that the handset could be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chipset instead of the Snapdragon 765G chipset, which meant that the phone would not support 5G. This was a bit disappointing.
According to the rumors, Apple’s iPhone 12 will feature support for 5G. In a new report from DigiTimes (paywall), the publication is claiming that Apple’s partner TSMC is expected to begin production of the A14 chipsets this month, which we suppose isn’t too surprising, but what’s interesting is the claim that TSMC will also be making Qualcomm’s X60 modem that will find its way into the iPhone 12.
Lenovo Flex 5G Laptop Landing Worldwide This WeekEditor's Pick
Lenovo was the first PC OEM to demonstrate a 5G laptop at COMPUTEX 2019 with its Project Limitless 5G technology demonstration with Qualcomm, then announced this product at CES 2020 as Yoga 5G. Now that 5G networks are deployed worldwide, it is time for a full-on product to appear under the Lenovo Flex 5G name.
In the past few years, HTC has been relatively quiet on the smartphone front. However, it seems that the company is ready to step back into the spotlight as they have since officially announced their first smartphone for 2020, which is also their first 5G smartphone. This comes in the form of the HTC U20.
Right now none of Apple’s devices support 5G. That is expected to change later this year when Apple is set to launch their first 5G devices in the form of the iPhone 12. However, for iPad users looking for 5G connectivity, then you might have to wait until 2021 because according to a tweet by @L0vetodream, a 5G iPad Pro is set to drop in either Q1 or Q2 2021.
5G was heralded to be the next big thing in mobile connectivity and technology. However, there are some people who don’t believe this to be true, and believe that 5G is somehow leading to health complications. More recently, there are some who are buying into a conspiracy theory that claims that 5G could somehow spread the coronavirus.
Google’s Pixel 5 is largely expected to be announced later this year. It will be the company’s flagship phone for 2020, except that there is mounting evidence to suggest that the handset will not be sporting flagship hardware If you were rightfully assuming that the phone could come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, think again.
Last year, AT&T decided to change the labeling on its phones where instead of displaying LTE, the company “upgraded” it to “5G E”. This caused a bit of controversy as it was not technically 5G, and some felt that by using the term “5G”, it would mislead customers into thinking that they had 5G when they really did not.
There have been some conspiracy theories floating about regarding 5G, where some are claiming that it can contribute to health problems. More recently, some conspiracy theories are being floated where it suggests that 5G is somehow linked to the coronavirus pandemic. This has resulted in cellphone towers being set on fire in both the UK and Canada.
There have always been long-standing concerns about the radio waves that are being emitted by our devices, especially from our cellphones. However, it seems that these concerns have been amplified with the launch of 5G, where there have been conspiracy theories that are linking 5G to various health issues.
Did you know that not all 5G is equal? Unfortunately for would-be iPhone 12 customers, it seems that depending on your region, your 5G iPhone could offer up slightly different speeds compared to other parts of the world, or at least that’s what an exclusive report from Cult of Mac is claiming.
While some people are lucky to still have a job and be able to work from home, there are probably thousands of people (if not more) around the world who are out of work or forced to close their businesses due to the coronavirus. As a result, there are some who are predicting that we can look forward to an economic recession.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple’s iPhone 12 could be delayed where last we heard, it might be delayed to November. It turns out that this rumor could be partially right, where according to a new note shared by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo with investors, it seems that at least one of the iPhone 12 models could be delayed.