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I just read that the iphone 4 is not HSPA+ capable. I read that AT&T is planning to roll out HSPA+ sometime late 2010. According to this, alot of iphone 4 users who signed a 2 year agreement will be left to suffer on 3g. I also heard that some android phones are HSPA+ capable. what are you thoughts on this? Is Apple and AT&T up to something sleezy here?

asked Jun 16 '10 at 15:04

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Even the T-Mobile G1 (released in 2008) is compatible with HSPA+ to an extent (7.2 Mbit).

It's partly AT&T's fault for not paying attention to their network, and partly Apple's for deciding not to take advantage of today's technology.

answered Jun 16 '10 at 17:12

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