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The rumors are put out there to keep you lot guessing.   :p


It doesn't work at the moment, our field trails have failed badly.........that's all I can say.

but the interesting thing is apple's contract expiring with AT&T this year (which i believe is still the only authorised seller of iphones in US)  when AT&T don't roll out LTE until next year

i find it hard to believe that apple would create something that would be incompatible on pre-existing networks



Offline mondi

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but the interesting thing is apple's contract expiring with AT&T this year (which i believe is still the only authorised seller of iphones in US)  when AT&T don't roll out LTE until next year

i find it hard to believe that apple would create something that would be incompatible on pre-existing networks


It's still the same system, LTE just means that it's faster at transferring data  and does a few more tricks with compression and concatenation.



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Can't wait for the new iPhone (4G or whatever).  I'll be Skyping on the run with that front camera.  :thumbsup:



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