iPhone 5 with LTE worldwide unlike the new iPad
It is the first time you hear a rumor on the web referring to the next generation of smartphones from Apple, the new iPhone 5 will feature connectivity via 4G networks, ie, LTE, including some leaked images of an alleged prototype chip show the location of LTE between its components. However, when the Wall Street Journal which ensure that the new iPhone will have LTE connectivity, we must pay attention.
And is that the WSJ goes beyond just ensuring that the next iPhone will have LTE, but mentions that LTE will support worldwide, unlike the third generation iPad is only limited to certain territories.
Of course this means not specify its sources, but mentions that the information comes to them through “reliable persons related to the matter and the company”, ie internal sources at Apple who decided to remain anonymous. However, although not mentioned by name who leak this detail, there are few times that the WSJ is correct your leaks.
iPhone 5 with a “true LTE”
The third generation of Apple’s tablet, the new iPad has LTE connectivity but very limited, only being compatible with the bands used in the U.S. and Canada, to rest this tablet was limited to HDPA + type connection. However, this is not the case of the new iPhone, as this will work with multiple bands so it will be compatible with many of those used in Europe, Asia and even South America.
Of course, this does not mean that all will support LTE networks of all operators in the world, since there are 36 LTE bands on the planet, but in many of the major operators worldwide.iPad, iPhone 5, LTE