In this post, we will be showing you the easy way you can use to turn on and off the 4G LTE network on your iPhone 13 device. Follow the steps below to do that.
Well, the cellular data options on your iPhone might vary depending on your carrier’s network. If your carrier supports VoLTE and 4G, below is how to enable it.
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options and tap Enable LTE or Settings > Mobile Data and tap Enable LTE. If your carrier support voice over LTE (VoLTE), you’ll see these options:
- Off: Turns off LTE
- Voice & Data: Allows voice calls and cellular-data use over LTE
- Data Only: Allows cellular-data use, but not voice calls over LTE
However, if your carrier doesn’t support VoLTE and is a GSM carrier, you’ll see one of these options:
- LTE or 4G: Allows cellular data use over the LTE or 4G network when available.
- 3G: Allows cellular data use over the 3G network when available.
- 2G: Allows cellular data use over the 2G network when available.
However, if you just want to enable 4G on your device, then you should follow this step below.
How to Change Between 3G/4G on iPhone 13
Step 1: From your iPhone Home screen, go to Settings > Cellular. Or you can swipe left to access the App Library.
Step 2: Just make sure the Cellular Data switch is turned on.
Step 3: Next tap on Cellular Data Options.
Step 4: Tap Voice & Data.
Step 5: Here you can choose 3G or 4G LTE.
Step 6: Tap the VoLTE switch on or off.
Now you can tap Voice & Data to use data like the Internet, iMessage during calls when Wi-Fi isn’t available. Remember, the HD voice must be turned on to simultaneously use Voice & Data.
How to Turn On 5G on iPhone 13
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options. If you’re using Dual SIM, go to Settings > Cellular and choose the SIM card you want to change. Now you will have the following option:
Voice and Data Mode
5G Auto: Enables Smart Data mode. This option will automatically switch to LTE, saving battery life when 5G is not stable or not connecting well.
5G On: This will turn on 5G when it’s available. This will also reduce your battery life.
LTE: This option when turning on 4G even when 5G is available.
On data mode, you will see the following option to choose from.
Allow More Data on 5G: This will enable higher data-usage features for apps and system tasks. It includes higher-quality FaceTime, high-definition content on Apple TV, Apple Music songs and videos, and iOS updates over cellular. This setting also allows apps to use more cellular data for better performance. This is mostly the default setting for most cellular networks and it uses mode data than others.
Standard: This option allows automatic updates and background tasks on cellular, and it makes use of standard settings for video and FaceTime.
Low Data Mode: This option helps reduce Wi-Fi and cellular data usage by pausing automatic updates and background tasks.
Many carriers around the world support 5G roaming. However, if your carrier doesn’t support 5G roaming, you can get cellular data through 4G or LTE networks or buy a local sim card that supports 5G.
Cant See 5G on your iPhone 13?
Well, if there is no 5G network on your status bar, go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options. If you see the screen on the image below, then the 5G network has been activated on your device.
However, if you cant see 5G, then contact your carrier. Or better still, turn on Airplane mode and turn it off again.
Yes, the iPhone 13 comes with a 5G network and also has support for both 3G, 4G, and other goodies as well.