iPhone 8 and iPhone X don’t support the new T-Mobile LTE network that cost $8 billion (APPL, TMUS)
Apple’s new iPhone 8 and iPhone X won’t support the extended LTE network that T-Mobile spent $8 billion on acquiring from the FCC earlier this year.
Both of Apple’s new iPhones lack support for the LTE band needed to access T-Mobile’s forthcoming 600MHz network, which provides better coverage in buildings and rural areas throughout the US.
Apple’s tech specs for both the iPhone 8 and iPhone X don’t show support for the Band 71 needed to access the network, and a T-Mobile representative confirmed Friday in a tweet that the 600MHz spectrum won’t be supported by the new phones.
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