If the rumors were not frantic enough before Apple announced the impending iPhone event, then they're really going to take off the closer we get to October 4th. The latest rumor to start doing the rounds comes after Japanese blog Macotakara reported that a China Unicom executive apparently confirmed that the next generation iPhone, labeled the iPhone 5, will support HSPA+.
There has been a lot of on-off talk regarding whether Apple will make its upcoming iPhone compatible with the data technology of tomorrow - 4G LTE. Whilst it doesn't seem very Apple-esque to adopt relatively new technology so early, the continual speculation must have some legitimacy behind it, right?
Just a week ago, references to 4G LTE testing surfaced in an alleged private build of iOS 5, which was...
For the last year, smartphone makers have shipped 4G-capable devices using a technology known as "LTE". 4G, as the name implies, it is much faster than traditional 3G, sometimes as much as 10 times faster.