Relax your mind and take a deep breath and hold it in; hold, hold, hold….
Maybe we shouldn’t hold our breath for too long because in most areas 5G may not become available for some time, if at all. Further, 5G may have some very serious physical limitations, especially indoors.
If and when 5G fully matures could it replace WiFi 6 or will it complement it? Looking back may shed some light on what to expect; this article from Qorvo.com sums it up nicely;
“Every time a new cellular phone standard comes out, we see new claims about the “end of Wi-Fi.” When 3G was announced, the promise was that it would make Wi‑Fi (802.11b) redundant, which clearly turned out to be incorrect. With 4G (LTE), this story repeated itself and claimed it would put Wi‑Fi (802.11ac) in the shredder. And now the 5G message is that it will cover both the inside and outside of homes and buildings. It’s almost as though Wi‑Fi will soon no longer be needed [sarcastically].”
In any event, the best bet for lighting fast, affordable Internet for apartments or any group-setting, whether it be with 5G, Fiber or the latest WiFi technology (or a combination), might be with a Private Network Operator (PNO). PNO’s build privately-owned networks for small group settings like apartments, HOA’s, neighborhoods and community clusters. And yes, you can have a Private Network that uses all three technologies; 5G, Fiber and WiFi 6. These privately-owned networks have the flexibility to stay ahead of the technology curve, generate revenue……