For those in LTE coverage areas an iPhone 5 with LTE would be a dream come true.
LTE is the future and for some areas in the United States it is already here. Apple has been not on the forefront of adopting new mobile network standards. The first iPhone was just supporting GSM. The reason for Apple to be reluctant to roll-out iPhones with 4G network capabilities are limited market size and design compromises. As the first Android LTE handset showed, LTE chipset suck out your battery in no time. BGR has a report today that at least gives some hope that an LTE iPhone 5 is not that far away. The report claims that carrier partners are already testing an LTE iPhone.
Don't Miss: Nintendo Switch: Everything You Need To Know
BGR has some obtained evidence of an internal iOS test build that contains the property list for LTE. If this finding is already pointing towards an LTE iPhone 5 is questionable. Right now the consensus in the Apple rumor mill is that the iPhone 6 will be supporting LTE. The iPhone 6 would be released somewhen next year.
Don't Miss: The Best HDR TVs