According to Joseph Brown, a developer of hacked carrier updates for iOS, Apple and carriers are “purposefully” throttling the data speeds of the iPhone and iPad to help “even out” the network of some carriers:
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“Apple and the carriers have implented coding to purposely slow down or limit the data
Despite the fact that 4G availability isn’t commonplace worldwide, tech companies are always looking to the next big thing. Samsung has announced that it has successfully tested the 5G platform, attaining speeds of up to 1Gbps — yup, that’s Google Fiber speeds we’re talking about. To spell that out in [...]Read More »
That van you see up there isn’t just any van. In fact, many years later when we’re all surfing the web on our transparent bendable phones with 5G speeds, we’ll look back on this day and thank the little guy.
The reason for that is this vehicle was used in [...]Read More »
Everything Everywhere, owner of T-Mobile and Orange cell phone networks in the United Kingdom, has announced UK’s first 4G LTE network today. The company is all set to rebrand itself based on its 4G services and related products and will also change its consumer service and network to “Simply EE”.[...]Read More »
What will Apple’s next iPhone, iPhone 5, comprise of? Quoting an unnamed trusted source, BGR ‘confirms’ the next iPhone will have 4G LTE, 1GB RAM, and built-in NFC.
The revelations, if you can call them that, by BGR aren’t all too surprising. Looking at leading Android handsets, an iPhone 5 [...]Read More »
For the longest time FaceTime was WiFi-only — you could only use FaceTime on your iPhone if you were connected to a WiFi network. Starting in iOS 6, Apple has officially enabled FaceTime over 3G/4G. Now, however, AT&T may be a roadblock.
As reported by MacRumors, any AT&T customer [...]Read More »
Justice Mordy Bromberg, a Federal court judge of Australia, has found Apple guilty of deliberately misleading its iPad customers about the product’s capability. As a result, Apple has been fined AU$2.25 million (roughly US$2.29 million) along with being told to pay AU$300,000 (roughly US$305,450) for costs.
The advertisement which brought [...]Read More »