Can you all post those iphone 4S speed test?

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  1. jesusplay macrumors 6502a

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    while on your respected networks. I want too see if anyone is getting that 14.4 mbps down....:rolleyes:
     
  2. ckurt25 macrumors 6502a

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    Thats one of the things I'm going to test when I get mine later. Side by side speed test on AT&T. I'll probably find an excuse to run out to a couple of different parts of town tonight & tomorrow to test this out too. My girlfriend has a VZW iP4 and I'll test it against hers too.
     
  3. klamse25 macrumors 6502a

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    It's theoretical speed. No one is going to get 14.4 mbps.
     
  4. BFG86 macrumors 6502

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    Sprint 3G

    Which is about the same speed as I get from my cheapo DSL Lite, so no complaints here :)
     

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    ping 63ms
    Download 5.72 Mbps
    Upload 2.52 Mbps

    Location: Downtown Berlin, Germany, 5 pm on T-Mobile 3G
     
  7. Si1en7 macrumors member

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    Hello, fellow Louisianian. :)

    I find the Hunt Brothers test isn't as fast as Tennessee or Alabama. Can you try again with another test site and tell me what ya get?
     
  8. fjrabon macrumors regular

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    anybody who has posted their speeds actually live in areas that claim to have HPSA+ service?
     
  9. gmhag macrumors regular

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    I didnt think the 4S ran on hpsa+. This is what i am wondering. I live and work within HPSA+ coverage and wanted to know if it would match the speed of my Samsung Galaxy S2 running on AT&Ts HPSA+
     
  10. Si1en7 macrumors member

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    According to the AT&T map, I have 4G service here.

    I am literally a mile away from the tower, so I get full bars on my phone. I will do the speed test as soon as my phone gets here to compare. I'll also do a speed test on my 3GS now for comparison.
     
  11. Justim macrumors 6502

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    Mississippian, actually.

    And it's all painful anyway it goes. And I'm supposed to be in a 4g area. Pfft

    [​IMG]
     
  12. Si1en7 macrumors member

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    Ah, well hello from 1 state over. :p

    I'm hoping my speeds are a little bit better. This is what I get on my 3GS using Atlanta Comcast server.
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  13. Menel macrumors 603

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    I have better speeds than most of those on my old/current iPhone 4 which can break 5mbps.

    Come on, need someone from metro Atlanta to post.
     
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  15. metsjetsfan macrumors 65816

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    wouldn't today be a bad day to test with everyone on their ip4S. playing around? those towers only have so much bandwidth into the ground.
     
  16. Star-fire, Oct 14, 2011
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    I guess I'm pretty good this is on my iphone 4, still waiting on the 4s.

    Also the only (and I do mean only) reason I stick with ATT
     

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  17. fjrabon macrumors regular

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    Well, i think it will probably have a smaller impact than you'd think. A very small percentage of users will have their phones today, and if they do, many will be picking them up later and not really getting to play around with them until the weekend. Traffic will be up somewhat, but probably not as much as, say, christmas day when people are calling relatives.

    Now, if you're wondering about the Siri servers, that will probably be true there. I imagine those servers will never be hit harder than they are today.
     
  18. tivoboy macrumors 68030

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    faster

    Shouldn't it be much faster? I used to get 4-5MB downloads on my iphone 4 (Which I returned) and I figured this would be even faster
     
  19. FreakinEurekan macrumors 68040

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    Only if the tower you're on has greater bandwidth and HSPA+. If the tower is straight HSPA then there will be no difference. Of course if the tower goes HSPA+ in 6 months, the iPhone 4 won't notice but the 4S will pick it up and take advantage of the greater speed.
     
  20. Mr D macrumors 6502

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    TBH, right now isn't the best time to be testing speed... ATT towers are probably overloaded.
     
  21. HXGuy macrumors 68000

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    I'm really curious how well my 4S will do once it's here as I already get pretty good speeds on my 4. Ran five tests and got...

    5.57/1.55
    2.97/1.13
    3.79/1.18
    4.49/1.44
    3.26/1.17
     
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    Shouldn't it say 'H+' if you're in AT&T's "4G" area?
     
  24. fjrabon macrumors regular

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    verizon shouldn't change at all from what it's been on the iP4.
     
  25. fs454 macrumors 65816

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    I'm in a "4G" area as well, Ithaca NY. Will post as soon as the UPS truck delivers the damn thing.
     

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