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  • Apple's New iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Will Support VoLTE, More 4G LTE Bands


    The A8-powered iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that Apple announced on Tuesday will support VoLTE, also known as Voice over LTE on the major U.S. cellular carriers. Verizon just recently announced that they would support the new feature ahead of Apple's special event at the end of last month. Other major carriers will also be supporting the feature.

    VoLTE brings high quality, crisp voice calls to iPhone 6 users using 4G LTE. This allows for HD phone calls with unmatched quality from any of the older versions of the iPhone. Older iPhones drop down to 4G HSPA+ for phone calls.

    Both versions of the iPhone 6 will also support faster 4G LTE download and upload speeds than the iPhone 5s had. More bands are also supported, making the iPhone 6 great for data roaming across the states, and even across the world.

    Stay tuned as we continue our coverage of Apple's special event today!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple's New iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Will Support VoLTE, More 4G LTE Bands started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. bmwraw8482's Avatar
      bmwraw8482 -
      Question: does VoLTE fall under data or voice or both?
    1. bry2k2's Avatar
      bry2k2 -
      Wow you support something that you should have been able to do years ago. Hello Skype.
    1. NewD's Avatar
      NewD -
      Quote Originally Posted by bry2k2 View Post
      Wow you support something that you should have been able to do years ago. Hello Skype.
      Skype is over land lines. It is much more difficult to accomplish over LTE.
    1. quidam_brujah's Avatar
      quidam_brujah -
      Quote Originally Posted by bry2k2 View Post
      Wow you support something that you should have been able to do years ago. Hello Skype.
      Voice over LTE was not available 'years ago' so it would be kinda hard for Apple to do anything about it.
      And Skype, as a proprietary, undocumented, service is not the best example. Do you really want to be sharing your handset bandwidth for other people's traffic?