Chinese carrier saw its second quarter profit rise 21 percent as subscribers on its recently launched iPhone lifted data usage and average revenue per user.
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If you purchased an iPad mini with LTE you need to keep an eye on your data usage. This essential iOS app monitors the cellular data usage on your LTE iPhone or iPad so you can avoid expensive overage charges.
There are a few models of iPhone 5 units and it looks like the Verizon model may be one of the best with support for foreign SIM cards and even AT&T/T-Mobile HSPA+ usage.
"With the launch of the LTE iPhone, usage on 3G will start to decline, so we will be able to reappropriate that spectrum over 4G," said Verizon CFO Fran Shammo.
There are other factors at play here.
iPhone 4S users are using almost twice as much data than its predecessors, according to a study. Apple's Siri is thought to be driving up the data usage, but it's not unique to the iPhone.
Telstra is not concerned about Apple's apparent reluctance to release a "4G" long-term evolution (LTE) iPhone 5 this year, stating that dongles are leading data usage on its network today.
Bausch + Lomb's CIO said usage of the iPhone and iPad has led to Mac pilots throughout his company.
Protect yourself against questionable mobile data overage charges from carriers with this affordable app from XVision. Too bad it's only for the iPhone.
The latest class action suit against the telecommunication giant for overbilling data usage may not ever go to court. Read on to find out why not.
The Verizon CFO indicated today that the carrier's conversion to metered data usage will take place this summer, about the time Apple is expected to introduce the next iPhone model.
A class action suit alleges that AT&T's bills incorrectly charge for too much data consumption among iPhone users.
At the announcement of a 2.2 per cent slump in profits yesterday, Telstra CEO David Thodey said most of its iPhone customers used just a fraction of the data they were paying for.
Apple's upcoming iPhone 4 is likely to increase the device's usage in the enterprise, according to a survey commissioned by Sybase and conducted by Zogby International.
The lithium-ion battery on the iPhone 3GS promises a good amount of talk and Internet usage time on the 3G network at about five hours on a single charge. But if you have too many cords around your desk or you're out on the road, you could try getting an extra power-up from the wireless Case-Mate Hug.
It should come as no surprise that AT&T was ill-equipped to handle the flood of iPhone users at the CES conference in Las Vegas this week.
We are seeing more and more mobile applications that extend the functionality of your daily life and one of the coolest ones I caught a glimpse of at CES 2010 was the new OnStar application for the Chevy Volt that is available for Android, iPhone, and BlackBerry devices. OnStar Mobile lets owners communicate with their car and perform functions such as door lock/unlock, remote start, view charge status, view stats on vehicle usage (mpg, trip miles, etc.), and set charge reminders.
Watch out, iPhone users, as you might have to curb your Internet data usage soon.According to USA Today, AT&T is having trouble handling wireless data usage.
Sessions at this month's iPhone Tech Talk in Seattle revealed differences in usage by age groups, according to a developer report from the conference.
Easily the most under-publicized new feature in the iPhone 3GS is the ability to view the amount of charge remaining in a numerical percentage in addition to the visual indicator that appears on the battery icon. To enable the feature, simply tap: Settings > General > Usage > Battery PercentageThe problem is that the feature is only available on the iPhone 3GS hardware, as is not a feature available on iPhone OS 3.