iOS 5, iPhone 4, Rumors

References Of 4G LTE & FaceTime On 4G Network Found in iOS 5.1


Whenever the next generation iPad is announced from Apple, speculations on the features of next iPhone starts. After the introduction of 4G LTE on iPad 3, it is pretty much expected that iPhone 5 would also include the same facility. Recently, an Indian Hacker, Krishna Sagar found reference of 4G LTE on iPhone 4 running on an iOS 5.1. Moreover, similar references were present for the FaceTime on 4G network as well.

Currently, neither iPhone 4 nor iPhone 4S or any of the iOS device supports FaceTime on 3G/4G LTE. The exact reason for this problem is still unknown. But we suppose that Apple didn’t want to degrade user experience of their users on 3G network. Hence, the support was discontinued. Now, 4G/LTE has brought a tremendous change and people can transfer data even at more faster speeds. So the probability for the support increases. 

If you are eager to locate those references on your iPhone 4 in iOS 5.1, just navigate to var/stash/ It hints towards the fact that Apple is already been testing iOS 5.1 on the next generation iPhone or ready to test it in future. Are you waiting for the LTE iPhone? You may need to wait for few more months. Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section.

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  1. The issue of apps on the Xoom tablet aarepps different to this user. We are about 20 hours into using our Xoom tablet and have over 40 functioning apps. All our apps which we use on a Droid 2 and Droid X transferred automatically. We deleted some of those and added many others. Almost all function adequately, some better than on Droid X and Droid 2. The point is that there are thousands of apps available for the Android platform and every second more of these are upgraded or found adequate on 3.0 the most recent version. The known failings of functioning on specific devices continue on the Xoom. For instance trying to operate WIFI at the same time as having a data plan with Verizon causes some apps, specifically Facebook, to collapse/stop functioning. We hope this is not a Verizon design to force data usage??? It aarepps that the author of this piece, Xavier Lanier, uses his devices in a technical and more limited way than we do OR he writes from a theoretical view, perhaps using simulations like the help line folks at Verizon rather than actually having a device in hand. Hey! Xavier, try Google Earth on the Xoom! You may still be playing and enjoying when next the sun also rises.

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