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Discuss iPhone 3G and T-Mobile's 3G 1700Mhz Frequency at the iPhone 3G - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by angelwolf71885 the no n support come from the latest keynote video out ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelwolf71885 View Post
    the no n support come from the latest keynote video
    out of the box the new MPs dont have n cards

    but thay are an upgrade option

    and its listed on both AT&Ts site and apples
    that the iphone is a tri band phone
    Where in the keynote?
    I watched it last week but I don't remember they talked about missing 802.11n.
    Look at Apple web site:

    http://www.apple.com/macbook/specs.html

    802.11n is standard equipment. Actually I've never seen networking as upgrade option for their computers (usually only CPU, RAM, HD, and the screen).
    As I said before, they've put in 802.11n chips starting in 2006. There is no way they are eliminating them now.
    Really don't know how you get the idea there is no 802.11n support in the new MB.

    Also just because Apple advertises only tri-band doesn't mean the iPhone is indeed only tri-band. They didn't advertise 802.11n the first time they put it in their computers; the chip is in there, just that they didn't advertise it and had it disabled by default.

    So yes, we do need some solid information regarding whether the iPhone has 1700 support, but your statement about Apple is known to use inferior stuff and there is no 802.11n out of the box in MB is not true.


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    I do have iPhone 3G using sim solution with T-mobile.
    There is T-mobile 3G at my place which is San Diego.
    I also tested in Las Vegas with 19.99 total internet plan.
    I couldn't pick up any 3G signal.
    Of course the sim solution works with 3G in other countries where the band is compatible.
    You do need to pick up uplink and downlink for it to work.
    Downlink alone won't work.
    Here is an article:
    http://www.breakitdownblog.com/3g-ip...#comment-10216
    The chip:
    http://www.infineon.com/dgdl/bga736l...19eba892fe5309

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbeam2 View Post
    The PDF says Dual-mode HSDPA what does that mean? If it is only 850/1900/2100 could we download only? No uploads? They both use 2100 for downloads.

    Edit: T-mobile uses 850 for uplink in some places so it could work on t-mobile.
    no.... dual mode means that it has GSM and CDMA support built in.


    Dual Mode - A feature on some wireless phones that allows the handset to operate on both analog and digital networks.

    sorry folks. iPhone 3G has only a triple-band 3G chipset.
    Last edited by bogdi1988; 10-22-2008 at 10:09 PM.

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    Seems like our hope is slim.
    Hopefully we'll see 1700 in the next iPhone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALUOp View Post
    Seems like our hope is slim.
    Hopefully we'll see 1700 in the next iPhone.
    i would have no hope at all (for this iphone) if i were you


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    Quote Originally Posted by bogdi1988 View Post
    i would have no hope at all (for this iphone) if i were you
    Well, Flicks gave me some hope, but he hasn't come back to this thread since then.
    Hopefully chips will all support all frequencies and the next iPhone will have 1700.

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    I'll be getting an official unlocked iPhone 3G soon.
    I'll test it with t-mobile 3G and let you guys know.
    I don't think it would work though.
    The chip is q-band for EDGE but tri-band for 3G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewWayAround View Post
    I'll be getting an official unlocked iPhone 3G soon.
    I'll test it with t-mobile 3G and let you guys know.
    I don't think it would work though.
    The chip is q-band for EDGE but tri-band for 3G.
    it won't work...

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    I got official unlocked iPhone from Tim Italy today.
    I can confirm that it won't work on T-mobile 3G.
    T-mobile G1 or google phone works in my area though.

    iPhone 2100 is on Band I which is 1900/2100.
    T-mobile 3G 2100 is on Band IV which is 1700/2100.
    2100 doesn't mean much. Band is the one that counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewWayAround View Post
    I got official unlocked iPhone from Tim Italy today.
    I can confirm that it won't work on T-mobile 3G.
    T-mobile G1 or google phone works in my area though.

    iPhone 2100 is on Band I which is 1900/2100.
    T-mobile 3G 2100 is on Band IV which is 1700/2100.
    2100 doesn't mean much. Band is the one that counts.


    Does the Edge still work? Can you really update the phone with no problems ?


 

 
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