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It's gonna be the 5S most likely because there are no rumors or leaks saying they have accomplished much other than the usual bump up in hardware.
The very next phone will be the 5S. That much I'm sure of. Afterwards, the 6 should be a bigger screen closer to the size of the HTC one. You can about guarantee that.
Ok, and that will come out around July 2014. Around when S6 and the next HTC flagship is released. Those two companies are ahead, innovating faster, and releasing phones sooner. The gap is threatening to really widen the next year.
No im not. Verizon operates on 700MHz LTE band. ATT operates on 700 MHz and 1700 MHz LTE bands. However, the ATT 700 MHz and Verizon 700 MHz are not compatible.
ATT is faster on average but has slightly less reliability (coverage).
"AT&T is on top of the world this year with the fastest LTE network in most major cities. While we don't test coverage in this study, we found AT&T's LTE network to be generally more consistent than past years, too. AT&T's 3G network is faster than Verizon's or Sprint's and even makes a good showing against T-Mobile's because of its ability to deliver the first byte of a Web page more promptly than T-Mobile does. All together, that makes AT&T our choice this year for a speedy mobile data network."
"Verizon Wireless, as always, is the master of coverage and reliability. It's the only truly nationwide LTE network and it generally aced our streaming and Web page download reliability tests. While its LTE network is generally a bit slower than AT&T's, it's still fast, and the carrier wins our Reader's Choice awards year after year for its coverage area and general customer satisfaction levels."
PCMag drove more than 20,000 miles to test ATT, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Here's what we found.
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Picking up speed as well....
Fresh reports on the state of the cellphone market during Q2 2013 have blown through the barn door, and industry analysts are flaunting some fairly
That article suggests a level of development that does not coincide with reality. The entire industry understands AT&T is going to be back even with Verizon in early 2015 after their build out nears completion.
Their LTE network has around 8% the market coverage Verizons does.
That's great and all but my contact doesn't expire till 2014 anyways. Which is why I'll be making my choice after the iphone6 is released. Of its got a bigger screen, I'm staying with it. Just a better quality product IMHO. Specs aren't much different. When I surf the web, I hit the button and before I can blink, page is loaded. The bench difference does t mean much to me.
again you are talking about coverage. i said speed. and in urban areas, att has great coverage. and 8%? no.
I think it's kind of funny. People always talk about how iPhone owners are all fan boys, yet droid owners get defensive real quick and always bring up specs like it is the end all be all.
I'm not an IPhone fanboy. It's just what I started out with and what I have money invested with. I agree with your sentiment though. They wanna argue specs....in the real world, all these phone are very similar speed wise. It's not a noticeable difference in my case anyway. Once Apple has a phone the same screen size as the competitors. Their market share will increase once again. Also, being that apple was completely AT&T for some time has to effect why their share is down and was down. If I had started out with a droid, I'm quite sure I'd still have one.
Ya I went Blackberry, Droid, iPhone 4, currently iPhone 5. And I love it. But ya, if the 6 isn't a 4.5 or 5 inch screen I'm out.
And I didn't think you were a fanboy, I know I'm not. Just what a lot of people think, unjustly, of iPhone users.
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