Apple’s new iPhone will support LTE in the US, Europe and Asia

We’re days from the official iPhone unveil, and unsurprisingly even more rumors about the upcoming smartphone has surfaced. This time around, it’s about its supposed LTE features – The Wall Street Journal is saying that the new iPhone will feature LTE support for multiple regions, which include the US, Europe and Asia. Unfortunately, not every country with LTE will have an LTE equipped iPhone, as people close to the matter said that it isn’t likely to work with all carriers’ LTE networks in all countries, and it wasn’t clear which country would be left out.Of course, that’s nature of the new wireless standard, but there’s a good chance that we may get some of that sweet iPhone LTE pie, seeing as at least one of our carriers (Smart) uses a similar band to Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, which incidentally, has 2.23 million LTE subscribers.

Source: Wall Street Journal