Indeed 5G has reported over the course of the end of the week that iPhone clients bought into its administration can at last get close enough to a few beforehand unsupported elements by refreshing their gadgets to the recently delivered iOS 17.1 firmware. In particular, among these remember the capacity to use 5G network for upheld iPhone models – a key component that was absent for quite a long time, regardless of being perhaps of the earliest telco in Malaysia to embrace the fresher framework.
Aside from that, refreshing to the most recent iOS firmware likewise gives Yes 5G clients to highlights, for example, eSIM support, FaceTime over Cell, Individual Area of interest, VoLTE and Wi-Fi Calling. Like the 5G availability referenced before, these were already inaccessible because of the absence of help for the telco. On that note, despite the fact that all of the previously mentioned highlights are presently available to endorsers, Apple still can’t seem to incorporate Yes 5G in its rundown of upheld transporters in Malaysia on its site.
As per the telco, upheld Apple cell phones incorporate all iPhone XS models and later. Indeed 5G clients who’ve yet to obtain the iOS 17.1 update might do as such by getting to the Settings application on your iPhone. From that point, tap on Broad, and afterward select Download and Introduce under the Product Update tab.
Support for these hotly anticipated iPhone highlights show up with perfect timing for Yes 5G’s arranged send off of new plans’ occurring on 3 November 2023, which will likewise see the telco offering Apple’s cell phones for the absolute first time. While full estimating subtleties are as yet left hidden until further notice, it prodded that the beginning cost for the base iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Expert models will begin from RM21 each month and RM51 each month, separately.