Does the iPhone support next generation networks, the fourth high-speed 4G LTE-A?


 Does the iPhone support next generation networks, the fourth high-speed 4G LTE-A?
Does the iPhone support next generation networks, the fourth high-speed 4G LTE-A?

 Samsung announced last week for a copy of the Galaxy S4 phone networks supporting high-speed fourth generation, known as LTE Advanced, Will Apple likewise contained a new version of the iPhone?Apple seems to do this, the Korean newspaper reported Korea Times that Apple is currently in negotiations with Korea Telecom to launch iPhone phone in the Korean market supportive networks LTA-A.

 In order to take that step, the Apple will have to use a certain segment of the purpose of the company qualcomm without resorting to a processor Snapdragon 800 for example, as did Samsung, because Apple has actually processors own the processors A6 and A7, but does not support the feature touch LTE-A.

LTE-A technology is one of the techniques of communication and data transmission over the fourth-generation networks, which is twice faster than the current fourth-generation networks, and data transfer speed reaches all the way to 150 Mbps, and is so far limited to the South Korean market only.

Keep if those with the news earlier said that the next iPhone 5S will carry a feature fingerprint recognition, with dual flash camera, and an improvement in the battery, and A7 processor faster than ever before.

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