News of Note—Apple to close iPhone security loophole; Ericsson and Intel team with China Mobile on 5G

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Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Apple is closing the technological loophole that let authorities hack into iPhones. The New York Times article

> Ericsson and Intel, together with China Mobile Research Institute and China Mobile Jiangsu Company, report having successfully demonstrated the first 3GPP-compliant, multivendor Standalone 5G New Radio call. Release

> The Trump administration said it will seek to block an attempt by a bipartisan group of senators trying to reinstate a seven-year export ban on Chinese vendor ZTE, in spite of a Department of Commerce deal with the company. RCR Wireless News article

> 5G technology may replace fixed broadband for some of Telenor's Norwegian customers as the former state-owned monopoly switches off its copper networks in the next few years. Light Reading article

> NXP Semiconductors announced the availability of its 5G RF front-end portfolio for massive multiple-input multiple-output (mMIMO) systems, a key ingredient of 5G networks. RCR Wireless News article

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