On October 13th, 2020, Apple launched the iPhone 12 series in Apple Park. The event was named ‘HI Speed.’ With the launch of the new iPhone series, Apple finally entered the 5G smartphone arena. The arrival of the first 5G compatible iPhone will provide a strong momentum to the 5G market.

The new 5G network had started rolling out across the globe in 2019 but gained popularity in 2020, with many smartphone companies coming up with 5G smartphones. With Apple introducing its new smartphone lineup with 5G network capability, the 5G buzz is about to get louder. This will provide a further boost to the most anticipated 5G market.

Few notable offerings of 5G infrastructure are listed below:


AT&T is helping connect fans to 5G enabled entertainment throughout NBA All-Star 2020. This is a step to bring fans closer to the game in partnership with the NBA.


Cisco has taken up the project to deliver network infrastructure at the venues of the Olympics 2020 to manage video as well as timing data.

Ericsson and Airtel

A 5G enabled performance named ‘Connected Music’ Ericsson and Airtel were arranged during the inauguration of the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2019, which was the first of its kind in India.


In December 2019, Nokia got into an agreement with Deutsche bank for delivering and testing the world’s first 5G-enabled network for automated rail operation.

The rise in the demand for high speed internet is one of the key driving factors for the growth of the 5G infrastructure market. Also, Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, will influence the market.