iPhone 11/Pro/Max LTE Bands by Model
*All taken from:* [*https://www.apple.com/iphone/LTE/*](https://www.apple.com/iphone/LTE/) *and* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LTE_frequency_bands](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LTE_frequency_bands).
Apple has 3 models for each phone: US, China, and Global (China has dual physical SIM; the rest, one physical and one eSIM). The 11 Pro/11 Pro Max support the same LTE bands as the 11.
# The US/China models are unique in having the following LTE bands:
|14 (700 PS)|USA (AT&T/FirstNet)|
|71 (600 MHz)|USA (T-Mobile)|
These bands are both low-band and can be important for coverage, depending on the location.
# The Global model is unique in having the following LTE bands:
|11 (1500 MHz)|Japan (au, Softbank)|
|21 (1500 MHz)|Japan (NTT Docomo)|
|**28 (700 APT MHz)**|Finland (DNA), France (Bouygues, Free Mobile), Germany (Telefonica), Nigeria (Glo Mobile), Kenya (Faiba 4G), *Latin America*, *Asia*, *Oceania*|
|32 (1500 L-band)|Italy (TIM, Vodafone)|
Other than band 28, the rest are in the (mid-band) 1500 range. In the past, Apple has included band 32 in US phones but had a separate model for Japan’s bands 11/21.
Band 28 is a bit of a special case because it is in the [APT system](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asia-Pacific_Telecommunity_band_plan_in_the_700_MHz_band), which “competes” and has incompatibilities with the US system. It is bolded because Wikipedia implies it is a main LTE band used in quite a few places. In the past, Apple has released phones with both band 28 and band 14, so there doesn’t appear to be a technical limitation (though I’ll be the first to admit I don’t know enough about this…)
It is a shame that we are so close to having a universal iPhone model but still not there yet.