New Apple iPad won't work with 4G LTE when it comes to the UK
So, are you excited about the new iPad that Apple are bringing out? Can't wait to get your hands on it and thrill at the possibilities of super fast 4G LTE nonsense?
Well don't be.
The 4G LTE mobile broadband adaptor inside the new iPad won't be compatible with UK networks, thereby rendering it about as much use as underpants made from lava.
See, Everything Everywhere announced that they're going to give us 4G later this year, but alas, new iPad owners won't be able to use the network because the adapter in the iPad can't recieve the 4G signal that will be used here.
For those who understand the technological side of things, the new iPad can pick up 4G LTE at 700MHz and 2100MHz. In the UK, 4G will work at 900MHz and 1800MHz.
Basically, it's like trying to get your Jet Set Willy cassette to play in your PS3. That's fun isn't it? If you're in the business of mocking Apple users, now's the time to do it.