Here's an LTE speed test comparison between the iPhone XS Max, OnePlus 7 Pro, Galaxy S10 and more. Check here to see you your favorite device fared.
A new test proves exactly what we all assumed - AT&T iPhones with 5GE speeds are no faster than those that use Verizon or T-Mobile where the same network upgrades have taken place.
An in depth iPhone XS LTE performance review has solidified the speed gains once again, but its still slower than the Galaxy Note 9. Here are all the details.
More areas within the United States can expect to be able to receive gigabit LTE speeds in the future according to carriers following the news that the FCC has approved the 5GHz spectrum for the use of mobile data connections.
Apple is reportedly limiting LTE speeds on iPhone 7 model with Qualcomm modem to match speeds of Intel modem model. Here's why.
Do we have "modemgate" here? LTE speed test comparison of iPhone 7 Intel Vs Qualcomm modem variants show one being slower than other in LTE data throughput.
AT&T will begin 5G trials this year with speeds that are expected to be 10-100 times faster than 4G LTE. Here are all the details.
U.S. mobile carrier T-Mobile may still be a number of days away from its annual Un-carrier event, but that hasn't stopped the company's enigmatic CEO John Legere from letting the cat out of the bag in relation to one product that will be discussed during T-Mobile's Un-carrier X announcement - the 4G LTE CellSpot.
Having 4G LTE connectivity on a mobile device is great and all, but when its signal begins to weaken, iOS takes it upon itself to switch to 3G. This is perfectly reasonable, of course, since it conserves battery and makes practical sense to run only 3G where LTE coverage is not necessarily firing to its maximum capacity, but if you don't want to be mollycoddled by Apple in this regard, then there's no actual way to halt the auto-switch to 3G. As with so many limitations within the iOS software, though, there's a remedial tweak out to resolve the issue, and a new entry over at the BigBoss repository will lock your cellular data signal to 4G LTE even when it begins to fade out.
On its website, Apple waxes poetic about the improvements in LTE speed offered by the iPhone 6. The fact that it, as Apple states, "has more LTE bands than any other smartphone" and "supports more advanced wireless technologies to boost performance" should, in theory, mean that it's considerably quicker in terms of speed than the preceding iPhone 5s. Taglines and promises are one thing, and as we've learned only too many times, real-world performance can often be another, and so to dispel any lingering notion of doubt, you can see the iPhone 6 in a side-by-side speed test with last year's flagship iPhone 5s below.