During the last keynote where they introduced the new iPhone, there were many innovations presented. Along with the iPhone had the necessary renewal of the Apple TV, which brought a new operating system for it and upgrade your processor to A5 we added the ability to play video in full HD at 1080p. We also saw as not, a new iPhone with a spectacular display graphics engine and more, all focused on what really matters in this device, its applications.
But Tim Cook dropped the bomb … The year 2012 will be very busy for the users of the block and come loaded with new features. Already announced something similar in 2009 and the new products were not exactly small. For now we have a new iPhone, new OS, but there will not be the thing. In late summer, early fall there will be a new iPhone, the notebook range will be renewed, the iMac and the “forgotten” Mac Pro waiting their turn. So the question this week is geared to:
In the previous question, my colleague Samuel Campos asked if the next iPhone in the works when the question was asked, would include LTE connectivity that had so much presence at Mobile World Congress this year. The question has been answered by Apple itself But let’s stay with your responses. most votes was that of DonkeyG5 who answered with a terse “No. Next conference question? “. But I always liked the answers reasoned, if I may I will stay with the second most voted Chicote69:
And who cares that incorporates it?. In this country, when LTE with decent coverage, the iPad 3 will be a relic.
And even with surprise and LTE coming soon, why would we want as much speed if all that pass rates of 500 Mb per month is expensive?.
I prefer to give 2Gb/mes 3G to 6.50 € (in Pepephone plan, which now gives me 650Mb/mes for that price), not 4G and 650Mb (Movistar, Vodafone … with 500 Mb for 15 € per month or speak …)
The new iPhone has the ability to connect to 4G networks and its low implementation is not compatible with 4G networks outside the United States of America, so this war is the less bland communities until there is a general introduction them. Whenever we enter into these debates, I remember when I first access to a mobile WAP and how slow it was. Get a Smartphone speeds provided by 3G networks today seem to me more than enough for now to the most common uses of it.