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«MegaFon»: iPhone 6 shows a top speed of LTE-network – 129 Mbit / s
“MegaFon” summed up the results of the first smartphones iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in its network LTE. The new models are faster than their predecessors, and support standard LTE-Advanced. According to the Moscow branch of the operator, record the data rate on the iPhone 6 reached 129 Mbit / s.
September 26 in Russia started selling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. These models, as well as iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, support the standard 4G + LTE-A. Updated functional let iPhone add in the data rate by 26% compared to previous models. In the Capital network 4G + new smartphones have developed speed to 129 Mbit / s. Before the advent of the sixth model in Moscow recorded 102 Mbit / s on the iPhone 5s and 84 Mbit / s – on the iPhone 5c.
Due to the increased speed of the average bandwidth consumption and iPhone 6 Plus is more than 2 times higher than the consumption of other models iPhone, tells the operator. Thus, the average owner of the new gadgets daily exchanges 118 MB of data, though the original iPhone has time to download only 53 MB per day.
“Customers of the capital of” Megaphone “increasingly choosing smartphones as the main device to access the mobile internet – said director of business development for the mass market Sergey Protasiv. – Manufacturers do not stand still and offer new models supporting 4G +. On the example of Apple products, we note that each new iPhone model effectively leverages our network, demonstrating remarkable speeds up to 129Mbit / s. ”
To date model of iPhone 6 have chosen 84% of the buyers, and the iPhone 6 Plus – 16%, said the representative of “Megaphone”. The number of smartphone owners in the network 4G + Metropolitan branch of the cellular provider already accounts for about 58% of the users of devices with support for the fourth generation, and the steady growth of sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with every passing day increases this figure.
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