Outages are uncommon, but they do happen. According to new reports, AT&t is currently facing one.
AT&T announced back in 2016 that it would begin testing its “5G Evolution” network technology throughout the year, leading into 2017 and with a launch of some kind to the public beginning in 2018.
The iPhone X went up for sale last Friday, and, according to AT&T’s CEO, people want to get their hands on the flagship smartphone.
With so many iPhone X units finding their way out into the wild today, some networks may be carrying heavy loads, especially in heavily populated areas, which could cause some issues while activating.
In the grand scheme of things, it sounds like the pre-order process went pretty smoothly in the waking morning hours today. But of course there were some hiccups.
Apple was happy to announce that the third-generation Apple Watch would host more than a few changes by way of watchOS 4 but that the upcoming wearable would keep mostly the same design cues in place.
Wireless carriers brag about data speeds and network availability all the time, so independent reports from the likes of Ookla, who hosts the popular SpeedTest service, are important and praise worthy (when a carrier earns top marks).
Back in February of this year, OpenSignal published its “State of Mobile Networks” results, which showed that Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile were tied for the top spot when it came to speed rankings.
DirecTV Now is one of many cord-cutting options out there for folks who want a stripped down way to watch TV, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t need features.
AT&T has started sending out emails to customers who continue to remain on its grandfathered unlimited data plan for the iPad that starting from May 24, 2017, their usage will be throttled after using more than 22GB of data in a single billing cycle.