iPhone 6 to support LTE in 2012 via Qualcomm MDM9615?
Mickey Papillon nailed the Verizon iPhone and the chipset it would be using a year before it was announced, so when he says LTE just might be coming to iPhone 6 in 2012 via the Qualcomm MDM9615, we're going to pay attention.
(If you're not familiar with all those telecommunications terms, check out our networking glossary.)
So February 2011 introduced the stand-alone Verizon iPhone, fall 2011 will bring the dual-mode iPhone 5, and 2012 will crank this up with an LTE iPhone 6?
Sounds good to me. What do you think?
[The Cell Phone Junkie]
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