iPhone 5 Won't Support Sprint's HD Voice At Launch
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will battery bank damage the life of iphone battery?
The largest battery bank I have found is 16800mAh just like this one,
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I found the a battery bank can't work to it's full capacity. So,I do need one with larger capacity, so advise.
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Anyone else experiencing the same problem?
Not Impressed Really
Simultaneous Voice and Data
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Also, are there apps for email like on Android (currently use Touchdown for Exchange (my work) email and K9 mail for home email), or do you have to use the built-in email app?
On android I know you can just select to sync facebook with just the contacts already in you phone, not your entire facebook friends list.
The only other route is to remove one by one of the contacts you don't want.
16GB, 32 or 64
does any one know
Sprint 800 mhz (esmr)
Thanks in advance guys!
Granted it isn't every band that could be supported (although T-Mobile's AWS 1700 HSPA+ is going away in favor of PCS 1900 HSPA+, and thus it isn't a big deal to not support AWS HSPA+), but still, that is a TON of radios to stick on one chip. Although no LTE for 700 and 1700 bands, it basically covers most US LTE anyway thanks to Verizon's amazing LTE ubiquity as of late. It even makes the AT&T version look... well... less global? Even the "Global" version is... well... less global than the Verizon/Sprint version just by virtue of losing LTE 750 and LTE 1900 and gaining nothing in return.
Regarding both US versions of this new iPhone 5, I say AT&T is getting shafted, T-Mobile is...
Global LTE bands?
How soon until a review?
Will you also be reviewing Sprint, Verizon and AT&T models like you did the S3?
So which carriers will...
225 days of stand by time?
Standby: 5400 hours max. (225 days)
Cool, only have to charge the phone, 2x a year...LOL. Standby might be off just a bit.
540 hours - 22.5 days sounds much more reasonable to me.