AT&T Planning to Shut Off 2G EDGE Network by 2017

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AT&T’s 2G EDGE network is one of the oldest mobile networks and it appears that the company is now ready to retire the network to give way for faster 3G and 4G LTE networking. The EDGE network was the only available network for accessing the internet on the original iPhone, often referred to in blogs as the “iPhone 2G”. EDGE … Read More

Kaled AliAT&T Planning to Shut Off 2G EDGE Network by 2017

Apple Renames iPad WiFi + 4G to iPad WiFi + Cellular

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Apple launched the new iPad earlier this year in March, with the original WiFi version and for the first time, a 4G version of the popular tablet. Recently, iPad users in a number of international regions have complained that the 4G advertised with the tablet isn’t really 4G as many carriers didn’t support it. As a result, Apple has now … Read More

Kaled AliApple Renames iPad WiFi + 4G to iPad WiFi + Cellular

“The new iPad” with Retina Display, LTE, A5X Chip, 5MP iSight Camera

The New iPad

On Wednesday, Apple introduced “The new iPad” (third generation tablet) with a Retina Display coming in at 2048 x 1536 pixels. With iPad 3 Apple aims to redefine the category it created with the original iPad. The new display on “the new iPad” is retina quality, with indistinguishable pixels when held at the proper 15” viewing angle. The new iPad is … Read More

Kaled Ali“The new iPad” with Retina Display, LTE, A5X Chip, 5MP iSight Camera

iPhone 5 to Support 4G Network Not LTE

Apple’s iPhone 5 is expected to be unveiled in September and the rumor mill has been busy speculating whether the next iPhone will support 4G network or LTE. According to a new blog post published on Barron’s, Hudson Square Research analyst Todd Rethemeier believes that AT&T will benefit much more than Verizon when the next gen iPhone goes on sale. … Read More

Ravin MohindruiPhone 5 to Support 4G Network Not LTE