March 30, 2013 – Apple’s iPhone smartphones finally have Google Fi 5G network support with the latest iOS 16.4 software update. Previously, Google Fi users on the iPhone could only use T-Mobile’s 4G network.
Of course, users will need an iPhone 12 or later to connect to 5G networks and must enable the “5G Automatic” switch option under “Cellular Data Options” in the Settings menu. “switch option in the Settings menu under Cellular Options.
Support for the new feature has been slow for Google Fi iOS users, who were only recently allowed to use the built-in virtual private network feature and eSIM card.
Google Fi is a different type of package plan with simpler pricing and smarter coverage. Pay only for the data you use or use unlimited. You can set up Fi from the comfort of your home without activation fees or limited contracts. Google Fi subscribers have the right device, then no longer need to rely on a physical SIM card and can use the Google Fi eSIM service.