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Topic # 114146 10-Feb-2013 12:37 Send private message

Hi,

Does anyone here have LTE enabled on their iPhone 5? What is your battery life like? I'm in Australia on Telstra and with LTE enabled and 4 bars of reception, my battery is dropping over 10%/hr when my phone is idle and 15%+ when I'm using it to browse web etc. So I'm only getting half a day out of it... the speed is great but it's not really practical



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  Reply # 758964 10-Feb-2013 14:03 Send private message

LTwho? (NZ)



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  Reply # 759613 11-Feb-2013 16:28 Send private message

Good point. I thought Telecom had 4g enabled in some places.

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  Reply # 759658 11-Feb-2013 17:48 Send private message

RickD: Good point. I thought Telecom had 4g enabled in some places.


On a private trial only.




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  Reply # 759690 11-Feb-2013 18:29 Send private message

The issue is iOS 6.1


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  Reply # 759741 11-Feb-2013 20:51 Send private message

No LTE in NZ at the moment, so no one will be able to answer your question!
(Unless there's someone on the LTE trial, but they might be under NDA, so couldn't tell you anyway!)

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  Reply # 759778 11-Feb-2013 21:51 Send private message

kyhwana2: No LTE in NZ at the moment, so no one will be able to answer your question!
(Unless there's someone on the LTE trial, but they might be under NDA, so couldn't tell you anyway!)


But not long to go before lots of people get some LTE goodness!


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  Reply # 759780 11-Feb-2013 21:55 Send private message

RickD: Good point. I thought Telecom had 4g enabled in some places.
A couple of cell towers in the Hutt, one in Waipukarau, a couple in Auckland, and a site at Willis St that I am told covers just the Telecom building and across the street.

The consumer LTE trial starts officially today. 

You probably have a better chance of getting Vodafone LTE first, when it's available.





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