News of Note—Apple’s day in court; URLLC investments and more

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The industry is investing around $1 billion during 2018 to make 5G capable of Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> The U.S. Supreme Court appeared skeptical of Apple on Monday during oral argument in a case that could permit iPhone owners to move forward with an antitrust suit against the company for allegedly inflating the prices in its App Store. CNBC story

> The industry is investing around $1 billion during 2018 alone to make 5G capable of Ultra Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC), according to a new report by Mobile Experts, which examines whether the investment is justified. Release

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> U.K. operator Three believes that its strong 5G spectrum holdings could be the catalyst to a turnaround in fortunes. CCS Insight blog

> Nokia and mobile operator Smart Communications are collaborating with the Philippine Red Cross to bring things like LTE-connected drones into areas struck by disaster. Release

> 3GPP provides a summary of how 5G NR corrections are being handled. Post

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