Even though iPhone maker Apple doesn’t take part, Mobile World Congress is the largest mobile device trade show in the world, held annually in Barcelona, Spain. When the next event launches in February, 2011, iOS will get at least some kind of presence thanks to the first-ever Macworld Mobile.
Does AT&T still see iPhone exclusivity in their crystal ball? Well, based on some comments from their Emerging Devices head, the company plans on moving forward with their plans, with, or without iPhone exclusivity in tow.
It didn’t take long for folks to realize that Thursday’s iOS 4.0.1 update wasn’t a panacea for their iPhone 4 signal attenuation ills. Apple simply addressed the way that the signal display is shown on the device, but a new report claims that a deeper software update yet to come may actually be able to fix the real problem.
We know, we know: You’re all sick of the endless speculation about when Verizon Wireless will get the iPhone. But a new report sheds light on the situation from the angle that, iPhone or not, Verizon may be doing just fine, thank you very much.
If you’re one of the many disappointed by AT&T’s wireless data network, the telco hasn’t forgotten about you. In fact, one of the executives just promised that the company will “move heaven and Earth” to improve its network -- just for you!
Not that it probably comes as much of a surprise, but it may be worth noting in case it's a game changer for those who were hoping for an eventual iPhone on Verizon, regardless of when that day comes. Verizon is looking to follow AT&T's suit, and eliminate unlimited data. The potential move is being planned as they move to their 4G network this year.
AT&T announced last week that 3G data users may have their patience rewarded this year as the telco giant performs a high-speed network upgrade which should effectively double the current speeds users are getting.