Over the past few years Apple has watched its smartphone market share decline in the face of pressure from big, cheap Android smartphones. But the iPhone 6 could change that as consumers flock to the 4G capability and larger display.
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Spark New Zealand plans to expand capabilities for its 3G and 4G networks by leveraging its expanded partnership with Huawei.
One in three mobile internet and one in seven voice calls attempted by commuter fail according to a survey.
Telstra is switching on parts of its 700MHz 4G network in preparation for the influx of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices onto the network after launch next Friday.
Europe sets out how UHF spectrum in the 470-790 MHz band will be used to support future demand on 4G networks.
Major investments in long-term evolution (LTE) networks are required to keep abreast of 61 percent increases in traffic, reports ZDNet Korea’s Jaehwan Cho.
Amid promises to extend its 3G and 4G networks, Vodafone is already looking to LTE-A with a trial in Naples.
SingTel, StarHub and M1 are rolling out Voice over LTE services, which leverage the 4G networks, for faster call connections and higher quality audio.
Most customers will be able to upgrade to faster speeds for no extra cost, but those with Apple devices are in limbo.
You might be surprised to hear that while the U.S.'s average 4G speeds are among the worst in the world, the quickest you can find is from a Brazilian operator.
Mobile makers can no longer block 4G access for certain networks on their devices - a decision that's largely targeted at Apple.
The Chinese telco giant will be offering Apple's latest iPhones on its 3G and 4G networks from the beginning of 2014.
Vodafone believes its 3G and 4G networks outpace those of its rivals, but given how badly it has performed in the past, its CEO doesn't believe it's right to brag about it to its customers.
KPN has joined its rivals in confirmed the new iPhones will support its LTE network when the devices launch in the Netherlands later this month.
Apple's newest iPhones now support the LTE networks of all three current 4G carriers in the UK.
When 47 sub-Saharan Africa countries agree to harmonise spectrum use ahead of a move to digital TV, they laid the foundations for greater LTE coverage across the continent.
Carriers are concerned due to the severe limitations of Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c stock in the United Kingdom, according to reports.
Chinese networking equipment maker says its LTE products will generate revenue exceeding US$2 billion as carriers across the globe roll out their 4G networks.
UPDATED: With separate pricing for 3G and 4G data, iPhone 5c and 5s buyers will have to sift through a lot of information to find which deal suits them best.
Londoners can take their pick of three LTE networks from today, with all 4G operators pledging to extend coverage in the near future.
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