Apple has updated their page explaining what LTE bands cover what networks and where with information for both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. You can also see which model numbers each variant will carry both within the US and internationally. It looks to line up model wise to what we already see in the iPhone 5.
This isn't a phone, or a tablet, or any other kind of device, but it is possibly the star of the show here in Berlin at IFA 2013. What it is, is an LTE tower constructed by the folks at Vodafone Germany, entirely made using Lego bricks. Who knows how long it actually took to put together, or how many Vodafone Germany employees were drafted in to put together this gargantuan structure, but it's impressive. Very, very impressive. So I couldn't leave the show without sharing it, though no amount of images could ever truly show how big this thing really is.
Sascha Segan, lead mobile analyst at PC Magazine, talks to Rene about the evolution of data connections, the annual Fastest Mobile Networks survey, the triumphs and tragedies of modern carriers, and why we can't always have nice phones.
EE, the UK's only 4G LTE network provider, has today announced another round of expansions that sees ten new towns able to access the high-speed data for the first time. Not only this, but their rollout of double-speed LTE continues to slowly grow, with another three locations switched on today. Perfect for iPhone 5 customers on the network.
EE, the UK's only 4G LTE enabled network provider, has this morning officially announced the rollout of double-speed LTE beginning tomorrow. Customers in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Derby, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Nottingham and Sheffield will all benefit from the new super-fast mobile data.
The iPhone 5 brought LTE to the iPhone for the the first time, but according to reports out of South Korea, the next iPhone is set to take it a step further with LTE-Advanced. The caveat is that at this point in time, only South Korea is preparing an LTE-A network with the recent launch of a capable version of the Samsung Galaxy S4. However, according to report from The Korea Times, Apple and SK-Telecom are in discussions over an LTE-A version of the next iPhone:
EE, the UK's only current 4G LTE enabled carrier, has announced another raft of expansions to the service taking in another 11 towns and cities across the country. The total covered now stands at an impressive 85, with a 55% population coverage, which is pretty good considering we're still inside the first year of LTE in the UK.
EE, the UK's only 4G LTE carrier has announced another round of expansions, taking their total coverage up to 74 towns across the country and over 50% population coverage. The latest list sees another 13 towns in various areas of the country supported by 4G LTE.
EE, the UK's only 4G LTE network provider, has announced a range of brand new, 30-day rolling contract SIM-only deals, perfect for your iPhone 5. The bad news is that LTE still doesn't come cheap, with the most expensive offering set at £63 for that 30-days.