The upcoming flagship mobile phone from Apple has been rumoured to be toting the latest 4G LTE-Advanced which would make it incredibly fast.
According to a source that spoke to the Korean Times, carrier SK Telecom is said to be in negotiations with Apple about releasing an iPhone that would support LTE-Advanced speeds.
The anonymous SK Telecom executive also indicated the device would be the iPhone 5S, saying the companies are currently “in the middle of negotiations”.
If this rumour comes to fruition it could see the next Apple iPhone achieve downloads that are twice as fast as the current model can support, though only South Koreans will be able to reap the benefits for now at least.
With a lot of markets like Australia and the UK, along with most of the world, being unable to run LTE-Advanced networks, it's unlikely that we'll be able to harness the superpower anytime soon.
Posted by Peter Robinson