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Same here, too. Flash is the only reason Safari crashes on my Mac. Safari practically never crashes otherwise. Can't live without Click2Flash either. Makes surfing so much better.
Here's what I posted in an other forum topic:Bell Canada and Telus deployed their HSPA+ (21,6Mbps) last November. Their HSPA+ network is working alongside their CDMA/EVDO network. And since November, both carry the iPhone 3GS and other GSM-based handsets, and yes those phones do come with a SIM card, and no Apple did not make a separate phone for Bell Canada, and Telus. It's the same iPhone that Rogers Canada has been selling since 2008.The phones that use the HSPA+...
Bell Canada and Telus deployed their HSPA+ (21,6Mbps) last November. Their HSPA+ network is working alongside their CDMA/EVDO network. And since November, both carry the iPhone 3GS and other GSM-based handsets, and yes those phones do come with a SIM card, and no Apple did not make a separate phone for Bell Canada, and Telus. It's the same iPhone that Rogers Canada has been selling since 2008. The phones that use the HSPA+ network of Bell and Telus have indeed nothing to...
I don't think I understood you well. What is not true? thx
Well if Verizon could just get its act together and do like Bell Canada and Telus did and roll out an HSPA+ network, it'd be carrying the iPhone by now. Bell Canada and Telus are just like Verizon, a CDMA mobile carrier. Now, the new HSPA+ (21,6 Mbps) network operates alongside their existing CDMA network, and that will be their upgrade path to LTE. It took Bell and Telus a year and then some to deploy HSPA+ alongside their CDMA. They even finished ahead of time. So I'm...
Bellus introduced HSPA+, too, back in November 2009. So let's hope the next iPhone will be able to take advantage of such speed.
ATT has only rolled out HSPA (7.2Mbps) in six cities? I thought that it was much more. And here I go complaining about Canada's mobile carriers being slow at rolling out more city coverage for HSPA+ (21Mbps).
It's been extended until the end of 2015.Official MPEG Licensing Authority press release
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