Posts Tagged ‘LTE iPhone’

Apple is reportedly preparing to release a 4G-capable iPad 3 in the summer, with the iPhone 5 following in Fall also boasting the connection technology of tomorrow. Additionally, both devices will be released on NTT DoCoMo, Japan’s foremost mobile carrier.

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We all hoped to see a LTE iPhone 5 earlier this month when the iPhone 4S was released. The best we got was “4G-like speeds” on AT&T with the update to a HSDPA antenna. Well, sources say we should expect to see what we’ve been asking for in 2012!

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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?

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Following on from a story we reported on a while ago that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was in talks with China Mobile to begin releasing the iPhone through the carrier, a senior figure at the Hong Kong-based outfit has suggested that Apple is keen to collaborate in its 4G endeavors, too.

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Just a week ago, references to 4G LTE testing surfaced in an alleged private build of iOS 5, which was proof of Apple’s interest in going beyond 3G with its future iOS-based products. Now, it seems that some of those references have made their way to semi-public iOS 5 seeds, suggesting yet again that Apple […]

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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.

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With the release of the next iPhone anticipated in around 4 weeks’ time, it is still unclear what exactly to expect in terms of features. A report over at Giz-China appears to confirm that one thing that we can expect is 4G capability.

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