Originally Posted by mobileuser
Tell me a link other than a from a blog run by a fanboy
if you are that sure of iPhone is HSPA+
1) If iPhone is HSPA+ wouldn't you think Apple would have stated on the 4th or at least list it on their web site.
2) All apple is doing is pushing the max for HSDPA/HSUPA to 14.4 by the way of have antennas that is it full stop.
3)If you want to dream on go ahead I not going to stop you but if the world to believe you prove it.
I guess solipsism was referring to your claim that only 28Mbps-> is HSPA+, which is not the case. If you want to talk speeds, the first speed increase is at 21Mpbs.
A phone that can only do 14.4, but offer other R7 enhancements (CPC, Voice over HSPA, FDPC, FRLC etc.etc.) would technically be HSPA+. But to market such a device as HSPA+ is borderline dishonest.
The chipsets that do those HSPA+ capabilities would often also do 64QAM and/or MIMO, which would provice the speed increase, so it seems unlikely that 4S would be HSPA+. It doesn't mean it isn't. It just means that if I were to bet real money, the odds would favour plain HSPA and I'd put my money there. Then again I wouldn't place the bet in the first place.
BTW do you work for Voda? Your post seemed like a vodafone marketing press release that sounded like Voda was leading the pack with it's HSPA+ process. Quite a few operators out there have already deployed HSPA+ and Voda is still in the process of testing and evaluating?