Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8(also likely to be called ‘iPhone Edition’) has been a hot topic in the tech industry ever since last year, gaining even more popularity in the past few months due to rumours of having features like a bezel-less display and a fingerprint sensor embedded under the screen. But if a new report from Bloomberg website is to be believed, the smartphone may not be as advanced as its Android rivals, at least when it comes to high-speed internet connectivity.

The report says that iPhone 8 (as well as iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, which are expected to launch later this year as well) won’t be supporting high-speed internet or Gigabit LTE. Some US-based carriers and smartphone manufacturers have already confirmed that their future networks and devices will have Gigabit LTE support, but it seems like Apple’s trio will miss out on high-speed internet.


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