I have an iPhone 3G S and I get patchy cellular let alone 3G or 4G !
So wot concerns me is that if I choose this handset or another 4G handset (note 2 or
up-coming galaxy IIIS 4G LTE)
is that I am paying a high price for tech that won't be utilised !!!!
AnonD-20808, 12 Sep 2012Is there any one going to comment on this? or no one even wanna look or hear about the new iph... moreiphone 5 is just another disappointment from apple. what is the point of anyone commenting lol.
Now we know for definate that the iphone5 has LTE I wonder what will happen when HTC and Samsung take them to court over patent infringement regarding LTE, I personally hope they get the full extent of the punishment and have to comply to an import ban. That should hopefully give apple a taste of its own medicine when it comes to bullying with patents :-D
whats going on with T-Mobile USA? will it support their 4G network?
How about their 3G network?
this is where Samsung needs to lift their act.
The IPHONE 5 offers LTE and dc hsdpa in Australia.
The note 2 doesn't offer either.
Either way I will be getting the note 2 though.
PLEASE FIX SAMSUNG.
It may take a while to bring it to more networks but kind of utility it gives will design quick success path soon..!!
Is there any one going to comment on this? or no one even wanna look or hear about the new iphone lol?
You will not be able to use it on Orange or T-Mobile, you will need to move to the EE brand.