CNET Report: Apple iPhone, iPhone X and iPhone 8Plus don't have the Required Apparatus to Run Superfast Wireless Networks.

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Apple recently launched its new iPhone 8, iPhone Plus and iPhone X, these devices are missing on the required supporting device that enables Android smartphones to use the superfast wireless network technology developed by internet service providers.


As reported in CNET, the newly launched iPhones cannot deliver high speed under the superfast network known as Gigabit LTE, while there are a number of premium android smartphones that incorporates the needed technology to work on the superfast speeds.

iPhone8 includes a Qualcomm X16 modem that has the ability to support the superfast network Gigabit LTE while there are many units made by Apple that have Intel modems and are not able to support Gigabit LTE.

Some of the premium android smartphones which are equipped with the ability to work on Gigabit LTE are Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy note8, LG V30 and HTC U11 and these gadgets can reach a theoretical speed of 1 gigabit per second that is the highest speed provided by internet service providers, with this speed a two-hour movie can be downloaded in just 15 minutes.

Apple newly launched iPhones are able to work on the LTE Advanced networks that has a theoretical high speed of 500 megabits per second.