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Posted by VdoCity Tuesday, October 25, 2011

All expected to see an iPhone LTE five earlier this month when the iPhone was released 4S. The best thing we got was "as 4G speeds" in the AT & T to upgrade HSDPA antenna. So, sources say that we should wait and see what we have been asking for in 2012!.
Currently, Verizon is rolling out a strong long-term evolution or LTE, the AT & T and Sprint trying to catch up. Sprint WiMAX was an attempt, but has since decided to migrate away from that and to introduce LTE rather than its 4G network. With that being said, today there are only about 35 worldwide networks with LTE and Apple was no longer large enough for them to start producing LTE 4G phones. Analysts expect Verizon 4G offers most of its market for the next year, AT & T the growth of its LTE network and Sprint from mid-2012.

Apple now looks like a good time to start looking in the 4G market, and we could see a change from the current holder of the market, HTC, Apple's launch of what we expect the iPhone 5. Apple is not the only company plans to enter the 4G market is, RIM and Sony Ericsson is expected to release 4G devices as well.

Apple has had problems with the first 4G chips produced causing battery problems and other issues, and that was their main reason to pursue the technology before. Apple is on providing quality products so its understandable to wait until the network technology stabilizes and becomes constant. We've seen rumors on the internet on the HTC Thunderbolt battery life horrible by design of the antenna switch 4G/3G. Apple wants to avoid the same problems and still offer the same quality as it has always done, even if they do not grip the forefront of the latest and best technology.

We are looking forward to the new network technology evolve over the next year and we are excited to see what devices are in store for us as consumers. I know my area Verizon LTE only recently officially, but I have not had the opportunity to prove it is not my current career.


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