Today, the Chief Executive Officer of tech giant Apple, Tim Cook has announced that LTE-enabled iPhone 5 would be routing to thirty-six new carriers the following week.
According to AppleInsider, the tech giant will unveil and introduce iPhone 5 equipped with 4G LTE with about thirty-six new carriers all over the globe on the last week of January. This is considered as an essential expansion to a lot of countries where data speeds that are super fast are currently not available.
According to Cook, in the present time, Apple has currently twenty-four carriers worldwide, providing LTE support for iPhone 5, including countries such as the U.S, Germany, Japan, Canada, the U.K., Australia, Korea and a few others. He further noted that for the following week, the company will add about thirty-six carriers that will provide LTE support, especially to those who do not have current support.
Some of the countries that are included in this new endeavor are Finland, Philippines, Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, and some countries in the Middle East, seeing that the company has over 300 probable growing subscribers.