The iPhone is coming to 4G, and 4G LTE is here, thanks to an exciting new iPhone firmware update.
The company’s latest iPhone update adds support for 4G in the US and in some European countries.
4G networks can offer speeds of up to 2Gbps (or 3Gbps in some areas), and some 4G devices have LTE bands that offer up to 600Mbps.
That’s up from the standard 700Mbps, which is available on the iPhone 5 and 5s.
It’s possible for 4Gs to offer higher speeds on the 5s than on the 6s, 6, and 6 Plus, and the iPhone 6s Plus.
4Gs can also be used with an iPhone 8 or 8 Plus.
And while 4G is now available on iPhones in Canada, the US, and many other countries, 4G coverage is limited in some other regions, including Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and India.
Apple is working on 4G support for the iPhone X, which it hopes to have ready for customers around the world by the end of the year.
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