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It turns out that the next generation of iPhone will finally come in a 4G model using LTE, and apparently it's going to start in Korea. According to Slashgear:
This week it appears that the Korean mobile data carrier KT may have spilled the beans a bit early as they’ve been quoted speaking about the next-generation iPhone by the Korea Times. According to that publication, a senior KT executive spoke on the very near future of their Apple collaboration: “KT is in negotiation with Apple to persuade the latter to support KT’s 1.8-gigahertz frequency in Korea for the upcoming iPhone.” This of course means Korea’s 4G LTE frequencies will be in play – and that it’s likely the USA will be connected with this data speed as well.
This is good news for Apple fans, because Apple has been rather slow to break into the 4G market which now pretty much standard for Android devices.