Once again, we are here with the LTE-enabled 4G iPhone device news. It appears that Apple is again expected by the industry sources of the publication, which claims that Apple to launch 4G LTE iPhone next year as the iPhone 5, the report comes from the sources of Digitimes. According to their source, the next iPhone from Apple will support the embedded 4G LTE radio. It’s been a long time when apple is rumored to power its iPhone with the next-generation network.
Firstly, sources claimed this year that Apple is preparing the next-generation iPhone with the latest 4G LTE technology, but later this year we found that Apple had not implemented the LTE technology instead of it. They added the support of the next generation 3G network called HSDPA+. The report comes from the anonymous industry source of Digitimes, the past track of Digitimes in breaking news about the iPhone is bit sketchy.
On the other hand, the report also suggests that Nokia, RIM and Sony Erricson will also join the 4G LTE enabled the phone party by next year. It appears most of the smartphone vendors stop due to incompatibility of the 4G network with most of the current available technology. Currently, there are 35 LTE networks and that number is expected to bypass 100 by the end of 2012.
The 4G LTE network is a super-fast network and will change the way you see wireless. With 4G LTE networks, you can download movies, music and games in minutes.