What does it mean for you, for your Mac, iPad and iPhone?
UPDATE: For iPad 3 and 4G/LTE please read our updated article here >>
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It’s a new type of mobile wireless coverage technology that is much better than 3G. It will:
No because they don’t have the hardware to use 4G. iPhone and iPad (3G models) do allow you to use the current 3G networks which are still quite fast.
No iPhone 4S does not do 4G technology. However 3G speeds are twice as fast over iPhone 4.
It won’t be possible with current iPhone or iPad models. If Apple announce a 4G compatible phone this page will be updated.
You can use Telstra 4G on your Mac such as MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air etc.
You can only use this by using Telstra’s 4G USB Modem as detailed here >>
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At this stage coverage is limited to “all capital CBD’s, associated airports and selected regional locations with their [Telstra] new 4G USB.”
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