Apple may have only just launched the latest iPhone 11 range, but rumours are hotting up for the next range of devices from the Cupertino-based tech giant. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max launched last month and have been getting rave reviews – with most considering them to be the best iPhones yet, and certainly offering the best cameras.There’s one thing that’s been on everybody’s minds though – why are they not 5G compatible, especially with so many Android devices adopting the technology?That might be about to change if industry insider Ming-Chi Kuo is to be believed, in conjunction with Chinese site MyDrivers – suggesting that 5G is set to be a part of the next iPhone range. This is backed up by a cryptic message from O2 , who stated “customers who purchase the new Apple iPhone 11, Apple iPhone 11 Pro or the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphone on a 90GB, 120GB or Unlimited tariff can claim a £100 off the device cost when they upgrade to the New Apple Smartphone device in 2020” – part of the network’s new 5G promotion. For those that aren’t aware, 5G connection speeds are supercharged – offering up to 100 times the speed of the current 4G standard supported by most modern phones and networks. In practice, this could mean no more buffering of video content, or immediate downloads of applications and files.The evidence looks to be piling up that 5G is coming to iPhones, but it’s worth noting it isn’t without its disadvantages – aside from coverage issues, it’s also a drain on battery life, while the tech itself remains more expensive than 4G modems found in today’s tech – meaning a 5G iPhone could be even pricier than the iPhone 11 range was last month.