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Why the hell must Apple give permission to the networks to switch on LTE? What is the business sense in this? I can't think of something that could hurt Apple more than
a) some guy buys an iPad
b) buys a Vodacom SIM expecting to use the spiffy new LTE network (let's assume coverage was 80% at this point)
c) switches to 3G, for now apparent reason other than Apple not defaulting to the best available technology.
Or must the networks pass Apple's quality tests (that would be an about turn on previous years!)?
Yes, it will support 3G and EDGE here in South Africa.Hi,
I got an iPad Mini model A1454 as a gift.
As far as I can see the ones sold here are model a1455. The only real difference being the LTE bands supported by the device.
I am on the Vodacom network.
Will the 3G & Edge functionality work or not?
I seriously hope so!?!