How to Turn off 5G on iPhone (to Save Battery Life)


The new 5G remote standard holds extraordinary guarantee in accelerating your iPhone's remote information move rates, yet it additionally can negatively affect your battery, rapidly depleting battery life while empowered. Here's the means by which to turn it off when you needn't bother with it. 


• first of all, open Settings on your iPhone. 

• In Settings, tap "Cellular." 

• In "Cellular," tap "Cellular Data Options." 

• In "Voice and Data," select "LTE" from the list to disable 5G totally. 

(Then again, you can choose "5G Auto" from this list, which will allow the iPhone naturally to deactivate 5G to save battery life when it's not required.) 

Note: If your iPhone does include 5G equipment, you won't consider 5G to be a choice here. Apple added 5G help when it dispatched the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 scaled down, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max in 2020. More seasoned iPhones don't uphold 5G. 

From that point onward, leave Settings. 5G is currently disabled on your iPhone. In the event that you actually need to turn it back, simply return to "Settings" > "Cellular" > "Cellular Data Options" > "Voice and Data" and select "5G On" or "5G Auto."

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