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Originally Posted by back2thebeatof84 1. Ditto. 2. It's not an iPhone 5 iPhone 5 = 6th Gen .. Lol...
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Tario - any word on a price hike for us grandfathered unlimited people like they did for 3G data upgrade?
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08-15-2012, 11:25 PM #25
Apple might be able to get away with a global LTE phone with ten bands (I [2100 IMT], III [900 GSM], VII [2600 IMT-E], VIII [800 GSM], X [superset of IV, 1700/2100 AWS], XII [Lower A/B/C 700], XIII [Upper C 700], XX [800 "EU Digital Dividend"], XXV [superset of II, 1900 PCS], XXVI[superset of V, 850 Cellular and XVIII, 1850 ESMR]). The current iPhone has four GSM bands, five UTMS bands, and two CDMA bands. Adding ten more to that... not an easy feat.
Unless Qualcomm has done some major baseband voodoo, or Apple is content to have at least four regional iPhone models with four different baseband configurations, we're probably not going to see "One LTE/CDMA/GSM iPhone (or any phone) To Rule Them All" for at least eighteen more months.
If there's anyone that could pull it off, though, it's probably Apple.
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Will that be Tmobile Compatible 4G ? Or Tmobile Data bandwidth still in the odds ?
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My bro just got galaxy s3 today
I think apple should release wonderful iphone
Iphone5 vs. galaxy s3