Remember when AT&T Wireless CEO Ralph de la Vega said that they’d bring tethering to the iPhone “soon” in 2008? Yes, it was 2010 before it arrived. So take the above video with a grain of salt.
AT&T SVP Larry Solomon told the Mashable audience that NYC would be getting AT&T’s LTE “sometime soon” (at 3:30).
Even with the background being sketchy, the math is in your favor NYCers. AT&T says it will cover 70 million customers in LTE by the end of the year. It is going to be hard to get there with their 15 markets if NYC isn’t one of them.
For good measure, AT&T was in NYC last week handing out to reviewers their impressive LTE smartphones the 4.5 inch HTC Vivid and Samsung Galaxy II Skyrocket. We’ve got both phones in hand but won’t be able to offer up a comprehensive review until NYC LTE is lit up (or I visit Silicon Valley for the holidays – whichever comes first)
- Apple appears to affirm TD-LTE iPhone for world’s biggest carrier (9to5mac.com)
- Swedish carrier: iPhone 5 will be “run over by the others” unless Apple adopts 4G LTE (9to5mac.com)
- Wedbush: LTE iPhone coming 2012 with “materially improved user interface” (9to5mac.com)
- Verizon LTE is also being installed in Apple Stores (9to5mac.com)
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