News of Note—Huawei’s 5G venture in India; Apple’s ‘tiny’ iOS update and more

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Huawei confirmed that it has been invited by the Indian government to conduct 5G trials in the country. RCR Wireless article

> Apple may stop selling some smartphones in Germany. CNBC article

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> T-Mobile confirmed it will sell a Samsung 5G phone. PCMag article

> Apple released a tiny update to iOS designed to avoid a sales ban in China. The Verge article

> 5G Americas says global mobile connections will total 10 billion by 2023 according to forecasts provided by Ovum. Release

> The UK’s second largest airport was closed after it received reports of two drones flying nearby. The Verge article

> AirTies announced a strategic collaboration with Broadcom. Release

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