The hype surrounding 5G, the next generation of wireless technology that promises consumers even faster internet connections on their phones and other devices, arrived in a rush all over Central Florida. But the actual technology? For most of the region, it’s still hurry up and wait.
AT&T customers, for example, may notice that iPhones or Android devices already say “5G E” next to the bars at the top of their screens. But, by AT&T’s own account, the “E” stands for “evolution,” meaning a step between 4G and full 5G capability.