Apple expands support for LTE connectivity in 36 countries

During the Conference on financial results, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that the 36 additional providers will support LTE connectivity for the iPhone and iPad next week.

https://iphoneroot.com/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/wordpress/img/trans.gif"Next week," said Tim Cook, "we're adding 36 more carriers for LTE support. These carriers will be in countries that we are not currently supporting LTE."

Tim Cook didn't name all 36 suppliers who will provide LTE, but he mentioned that they were in places like Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, the Philippines and the Middle East. Currently, 24 providers offer LTE coonectivity for iPhone and iPad in countries such as the United States, Australia, South Korea, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada and Japan.

Apple distributes LTE connection slowly, leading to complaints about the "4 g" in the name of third generation iPad when it was released. In response Apple changed its name to the iPad Wi-Fi + celluar.
Tim Cook gave no precise answer to the question about the influence of the slow spread of LTE at the sales of the iPhone, but he mentioned about the plans of releasing LTE in the above-mentioned countries next week, and what was said by him: "We feel really good about the situation we are in, particularly with these adds next week."

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Written by Svetlana Osipova

Thursday, January 24, 2013. 19:07

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