Well, as I always say, till date, we haven’t seen Apple’s new product, up to that date, we are going to receive the rumors and updates associated with it. here comes another and it’s related to the next generation iPhone. Actually, according to AT&T, if Apple turned on the HSPA part of the Gobi 14.4 chips in its Verizon iPad and iPhone, then, they would already be 4G. Let’s have more information on this from below.
Recently, it has been noticed that AT&T has begun calling regular old 14.4 Mbps HSPA devices 4G in its latest marketing materials. Till date, the pseudo “4G” was reserved for HSPA+ on T-Mobile and AT&T that tops out at 21Mbps. But, with the release of the HPalm Veer 4G, HTC Inspire 4G and Motorola Atrix 4G, AT&T has extended the 4G down to speeds of 14.4 Mbps, exactly the same speed as those Qualcomm chips that The Cupertino company loves.
Actually, most industry watchers hope the next iPhone to run on some version of the Qualcomm chip that the Verizon has which would allow it to do double radio duty and can be operated across all US networks.
Seemingly, AT&T is paving the way to charge extra for the benefit of using the newly branded “4G” that doesn’t sound good to us. So, what do you think on this? Just don’t forget to share your views and comments on this with us. [Thanks 9To5Mac]