Sprint has just announced that it will be adding 4G LTE to 28 additional cities in the coming months.
Sprint launched its 4G LTE network in July 2012 and is currently available in 49 cities.
When you start shopping around for your iOS devices, you have to take a lot of things into account. But the biggest factors when making such an important purchase is to consider your use cases and what size is going to suit you best.
When I mention the size of the device, I don’t mean just the physical size of the device itself. I also mean the size of the storage within it.
As expected, Sprint, Verizon and AT&T have announced the availability of 4G LTE-capable iPad mini and the 4th generation iPad in their retail stores today.
The 4th generation iPad looks exactly like the iPad 3 (new iPad), but it comes with a number of improvements such as Apple’s new faster A6X chip, FaceTime HD camera, expanded LTE support and Apple’s new Lightning connector.
As rumored, Apple released a tweaked version of the third generation iPad at its media event in San Jose, California. Contrary to expectations though, Apple chose to term this the fourth generation iPad, rather than calling it an incremental upgrade
The 4th gen iPad comes with an all new A6X chip, a lightning connector, an improved FaceTime camera, and expanded 4G LTE support.
The “we’ve got a little more to show you” tag line on the invite for the October 23 media event seems to strongly indicate that Apple will finally launch the smaller iPad to take on cheaper Android-based tablets like Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire.
Here’s what we expect based on the rumors and speculations we’ve heard so far.
After coming under scrutiny over 4G branding of the new iPad in several countries, Apple has finally dropped the 4G branding on its website.