Earlier this week, at the IDF conference, Intel unveiled their revolutionary Light Peak optical connector, which promised a 10Gbps data throughput. In comparison, the maximum speed of USB 3.0, the successor to what we know as the the standard for data transfer, is 4.8Gpbs.
Either Gene Munster, senior Piper Jaffray analyst, has an insider at
Apple, sees the glass as overflowing instead of half empty, or just
really believes in Steve Jobs, because his predictions always tend to be
on the, well, optimistic side.
If you ask most iPhone owners in the US about AT&T's service, you are more than likely
to get a negative response. Although you'll
probably hear praise for Apple's iconic device. Now it seems like
AT&T is going to try and add some more little features in an attempt to please dissatisfied customers.