1. Maura

    KGI: Next Year’s iPhone Line-Up Will Have Upgraded Antennas for Faster LTE

    MacRumors reports on a new note to investors from KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo that says that Apple’s 2018 iPhone line-up will have upgraded liquid crystal polymer (LCP) antenna modules to facilitate faster LTE transmission speeds. According to Kuo, the 2018 iPhone line-up will all use at least...
  2. Maura

    Time Names Apple’s iPhone X and Apple Watch Series 3 in Top 10 Best Gadgets of the Year

    Following on from TIME’s announcement last week that the iPhone X was one of its best inventions of 2017, MacRumors reports that the iPhone X has been ranked Number 2 on TIME’s newly released “Top 10 Gadgets of 2017” list, just behind the Nintendo Switch. TIME said that it rated the iPhone X so...
  3. Maura

    Rumour: LTE Apple Watch Can Make Emergency Calls Without Linked iPhone Number

    AppleInsider reports today that a redditor on the Apple Watch reddit has posted that they had been told by Apple engineers that despite the fact that LTE Apple Watch Series 3 units are supposed to be linked to an iPhone number in order to make calls on the watch, they should still be able to...
  4. Maura

    KGI: 2018 iPhones to Have Faster LTE Speeds

    According to a new note to investors from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, via AppleInsider, Apple is planning to upgrade the baseband chips in the 2018 iPhone range to enable the phones to have “significantly” faster LTE transmission speeds. Kuo says that the 2018 iPhone line-up will use...
  5. Maura

    Leaked iOS 11 GM Firmware Shows LTE Apple Watch Series 3

    9to5 Mac has an exclusive report on a massive iOS 11 GM firmware leak that has revealed many secrets about forthcoming Apple devices, including appearing to confirm the existence of an LTE Apple Watch, complete with new face and digital crown. Expected to be unveiled by Apple at its special...
  6. S

    Does Verizon iPhone 5c (A1532 GSM) support LTE on T-Mobile?

    My Verizon iPhone is unlocked, I want to use this phone with T-Mobile, but I have heard that you only get HSPA+ which is mediocre at best, the iPhone supports 2 out of 3 LTE bands that T-Mobile uses, will LTE work?