iPhone 12 5G may not be available in dual SIM mode

Apple has revealed that the iPhone 12 is 5G compatible at

the new product launch event on October 14, 2020 . However, Apple's internal document leaked on the social news site Reddit reports that 'iPhone 12's dual SIM mode does not support 5G.'

iPhone 12 Modem and Verizon Esim

The iPhone 12 won't support 5G in dual SIM mode at launch --The Verge

iPhone 12 Models in Dual SIM Mode May Not Run at 5G Speeds, At Least Initially [Update: Confirmed] --MacRumors

Apple has announced that the iPhone 12 will be the first 5G-enabled device in the iPhone series.

5G compatible 'iPhone 12' is now available, reborn as a new flat design --GIGAZINE

The dual SIM mode, which will also be installed in the iPhone 12, means that one device can use two types of eSIM and SIM cards at the same time. In dual SIM mode, different communication plans can be used, so it is possible to use one SIM card for domestic use and the other for overseas use, for example.

Reddit has reported an in-house document suggesting that iPhone 12 will not support 5G for such dual SIM modes. Posted to Reddit is Apple's in-house training manual for iPhone 12, in the blue circle in the image below, in response to the question 'Does 5G work with dual SIM?' 'In dual SIM mode. If you use two types of lines, 5G is not supported on either line and is set to 4G LTE. If you are using only eSIM and have a 5G-enabled carrier and service plan, It is possible to access with 5G. '

A Reddit user who posted an in-house document claims that 'the update scheduled for late 2020 will enable 5G even in dual SIM mode.' In addition, although news media Verge asked Apple for comment on 5G support in dual SIM mode in the future iPhone 12, it was said that no answer was obtained at the time of writing the article.

Also, the information posted on Reddit is said to be Apple's internal document, but MacRumors, an information site for Apple products, updated Apple's dual SIM support page on September 26, 2020 at the time of writing the article. Said that 5G was not mentioned, and claimed that the truth of the information was not clear.

in Mobile, Posted by log1m_mn