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By Chris Smith on Jan 29, 2014 at 12:05 PM Even though newer iPhone models have support for multiple 4G LTE bands, which would allow them to connect to various networks around the world, buyers may not always be able to access some of these networks, as Apple has been actively blocking 4G networks belonging to certain carriers. ZDNet reports that the practice may get Apple into trouble in Belgium, where the company may soon be facing fines for LTE blocking, as the Council of Ministers has ruled that no mobile phone maker can block 4G access for any carriers. Apple has a preferred partner re
Turk posted a topic in Mobile NewsBy Surur January 29, 2014 What type of operating system will your next mobile phone have? Rewards company Jana Mobile, who concentrates on emerging markets, has posted the results from their survey of 1500 panellists in 9 countries on their intent to buy regarding their next smartphone. They found in quite a few countries interest in Windows Phone exceeded that of the iPhone. This was due to Nokia producing high quality low cost handsets less than $200, and Nokia’s strong brand in the emerging markets. What brand of mobile phone will you buy next? The above table shows the strength of the N
Turk posted a topic in Mobile NewsBy Alicia Barry Updated 45 minutes ago Shares in US technology giant Apple have been punished on Wall Street after iPhone sales disappointed investors. Photo: Apple's iPhone 5 has not sold as strongly as analysts hoped. After the closing bell yesterday, Apple said it sold a record 51 million iPhones in the three months to December 28. However, that was significantly fewer than the sale of 55 million estimated by most market analysts. Investors took their first chance to react in trade today sending Apple shares down 8 per cent to $US506.50. The company's share price has fallen steadily t
Turk posted a topic in Mobile NewsBy Zach Epstein on Feb 13, 2014 at 11:32 AM Apple logo chest fanboy A study that will make blindly loyal Android fanboys giddy with glee has found that a huge chunk of iPhone owners admit to being blindly loyal to Apple, willing to buy just about anything the Cupertino, California-based consumer technology giant slaps an Apple logo on. The study was conducted by SIMOnlyContracts.co.uk, and it involved polling 2,000 iPhone owners. About 60% of those polled admitted to having a “blind loyalty” to Apple and even more — 78% — said they “couldn’t imagine having a different type of phone” than an