New iPhone 4G: What will 100 Mbps do for you?

By Alan Ng - Feb 12, 2010

While 3G connectivity remains the standard for current networking technology, we are fastly moving into a 4G era, with many companies looking to be the first ones to support faster speeds.

One of these companies is AT&T of course, who are looking to boost speeds from 2Mbps (3G) to up to 10Mbps (4G), according to wi-fiplanet, who have stated that AT&T has reached an agreement with equipment providers for 4G technology.

If the next version of the iPhone supports 4G speeds, as it most certainly will, it will put an end to the bandwidth issues that have surfaced recently, as 100Mbps or even 1Gbps will supply all your data requirements for sure.

Meanwhile, Verizon are moving onward with their LTE plans, as we are still unsure of an iPhone release which would even support LTE tech.

If you’re on AT&T, let us know what you think about an iPhone supporting a 100Mbps 4G network.

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  • researcher

    The problem with ATT is that their coverage is shitty. The worst coverage ever. We have to make sure we have a Verizon phone with us so we can actually have connection when ATT is zip, which is most of the time. The ATT reps consistently lie to us about building towers nearby so we could actually use an att phone in or near our phone. After a year and a half of promises, still no towers, anywhere near us.

  • Lord Vader

    Million $ quetion ?
    When in 2010 will we have 4g ?

    few more questions 🙂
    will al the ATT phones be upgrade to 4g
    or Only iPhone & some WM phones ?

  • Blake

    Do we have any idea how far away that is? Some time in 2010?

  • kyle

    DEFINITELY!!! I think it is a great idea. I have been with AT&T for a long time and i have always supported them. If AT&T has 4G before Verizon, Everyone will switch to AT&T.