The appearance of an iPhone with support for 4G LTE networks is one of the most frequent rumors regarding Apple's hit smartphone. The upcoming smartphone is expected to offer LTE to stem the tide of steadily increasing 4G Android phones. Well, here's another hint that the iPhone will indeed support Long Term Evolution technology in the future.
The folks at iDownloadBlog discovered that code strings in iOS 5.1 indicate that 4G LTE connectivity will be featured by the next iPhone. The intriguing code says: “Enabling 4G will end your phone call. Are you sure you want to enable 4G”
The ideal display size for mobile phones is not an exact science. A number of manufacturers have experimented with different screen sizes in order to tickle the fancy of fickle consumers. However, a new survey from the Strategy Analytics Wireless Device Lab gives us a hint of the display sizes that are prefered by the majority.
The unveiling of the new Apple iPad is currently the top story in the tech world and the announcement of a Wi-Fi + 4G LTE model for the tablet brings a ray of hope to iPhone fans. A new iPhone with an embedded 4G LTE radio is very likely since the technology has already been included in the new iPad.
The smartphone rumor mill is really rolling today. Exciting rumors on two of the most anticipated smartphones that are coming in 2012 are circulating the web. Check out these exciting rumors on the Galaxy S II and iPhone 5 after the break.
No one can deny that the iPhone 4S is the best iPhone yet. However, it lacks a few features that some consumers may want. For instance, the iPhone 4S does not support 4G LTE networks and sports a relatively small display when compared to rival smartphones. Apple's newest smartphone faces plenty of competition from other manufacturers and operating systems. For instance, AT&T's new HTC Vivid features a 4.5-inch qHD display and support the carrier's young 4G LTE network with speeds up to 10x faster than 3G. Can the iPhone 4S rise above the competition? Let's compare it with one of AT&T's 4G LTE phones to find out.
The iPhone 4S is enjoying great success despite being hit with early criticisms for its lack of physical updates. However, Apple appears to be intent on satisfying the demand of its customers for a phone with a larger display.
We saw some impressive Android and Windows Phone devices at CES 2012 so let's look at some rumors to see Apple's answer to these new smartphones. Well, we don't have to look far since rumors on the next iPhone are always abundant and a new one pops up almost every week.
The Apple's next-generation smartphone may be slimmer than its current iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S models. The handset is also rumored to have the ability to work across all 3G and 4G LTE networks thanks to a quad-mode chipset.
T-Mobile has been targeting the iPhone on its recent ads and this HTC Amaze 4G commercial is no different. The ad shows that the Android smartphone offers some amazing camera features that are not available to iPhone 4S users.
The commercial is about which camera is better and highlights the cool photographic features of the Amaze 4G including burst shot, smart shot, and sweep shot panorama. Here is the video: