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iPhone 5 video: 4G vs. 3G on EE’s LTE network in the UK

by Nicole
October 6, 2012 at 7:45 am

4G LTE connectivity is reportedly coming to the UK later this month.

EE have announced that they will bring 4G LTE connectivity to 10 major cities on October 30th.

iMore’s James Richardson has performed some tests comparing 4G and 3G download speeds.

The results revealed that there is a considerable difference between the two networks.

Richardson writes that the speeds are better than what home broadband can offer and suggests that users will likely resort to their iPhones rather than their PCs for certain tasks.

Watch the video below to see the comparison of 3G and 4G speeds.

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