Friday, September 14, 2012

The iPhone 5 will be different depending on the operator

iPhone 5 NFC 466x350 El iPhone 5 será diferente según el operador

Phil Schiller said at the launch of iPhone 5 that had taken into account the different networks when deploying LTE technology. And, since there is no unification, around the world we can find different variants of the same technology, as happened in the 90s with the frequencies.

In Europe uses a double frequency and both are different from those used in the United States. Apple has taken this into account and, lest the same thing happen with the iPad 3 will launch three different versions of the iPhone 5 as the market to which it is addressed.

So the iPhone 5 LTE to be launched in Europe and Asia will be compatible with the networks of Germany and UK in Europe (presumably and hopefully with Spanish) and with networks in Australia, Korea, Japan, Hon Kong and Singapore among others.

As for the United States, will have two versions. IPhone 5 will have a GSM 700Mhz operate in the band, a band that used in AT & T (among others) and also in Canada. And, on the other hand, will have an iPhone 5 CDMA, designed for operators like Verizon and Sprint or some operators in Japan and Asia.

In summary, three identical models but will use different frequencies depending on the model and operator. Not that Spain will affect us much, but hey, at least we know that the model is sold here will support LTE networks in the rest of Europe and some of Asia. This information also helps us to know that if you buy a terminal in the United States is possible that here we do not work as it should.

You can reserve the iPhone 5 (in Spain). You can do it from the following link:

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All the info on the new Apple iPhone 5 in the following link:

Apple iPhone 5

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