In a sideshow of a review report, the verge mentions an improvement Apple has introduced for the “status bar indicator” for the iPhone 12 series smartphones. Of course, you’ll only find this on Apple devices with 5g features, such as the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 pro. < p > < p > Dieter Bohn points out that this phenomenon may be a by-product of the new “intelligent data mode” introduced by the iPhone 12. In order to balance network connection speed and battery life, IOS will give priority to 4G LTE connection instead of the most powerful 5g network when unnecessary. < / P > < p > interestingly, even if you limit your iPhone to LTE, the 5g icon still appears in the status bar. This means that the indicator is only used to identify the best available rate, not the type of connection actually used. < / P > < p > it is not clear under what circumstances the iPhone 12’s “smart data mode” will be connected to 5g networks. In addition, some users have indicated that the function can be turned off in “Settings”. < / P > < p > however, Dieter Bohn chose to keep the function on, and during the short test period, he did not feel that he was being limited. < / P > < p > as for the actual performance of 5g on the iPhone 12, it is reported that it is equal to or even better than the 5g Android smartphone – even if the device does get hot when using 5g, and using too much will still affect the battery life of the device. < / P > < p > of course, this is not the first time we’ve seen misleading status bar indicators on the iPhone. As early as 2019, at & T showed “5Ge” on devices that actually only support 4G LTE networks, but this has met with fierce complaints and criticism. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia