So I was just doing some bandwidth speed tests on my home internet connection for the hell of it (well, it started as a bit of quick trouble shooting and then turned into "for the hell of it"), and I noticed something quite odd. I did tests using both my MacBook Pro going to the SpeedTest.net in Firefox and on my iPhone using the SpeedTest.net app. Here are my results (in the order I did the tests): MacBook Pro: downstream: 13.58 Mb/s upstream: 1.10 Mb/s latency: 105 ms then the next test on the iPhone (less than one minute later): downstream: 8.77 Mb/s upstream: 3.63 Mb/s latency: 154 ms and then back to the MacBook: downstream: 14.39 Mb/s upstream: 1.10 Mb/s latency: 98 ms and on the iPhone again: downstream: 5.72 Mb/s upstream: 3.43 Mb/s latency: 139 That seems like quite an odd discrepancy there. The incoming bandwidth appears much better on the MacBook, and equally (if not more surprising) is that the upstream is better on the iPhone tests. Anyone know a reason why this could be the case (such as the iPhone's wifi hardware being inferior)? Either way, I think that I'll think twice before using my iPhone as a diagnostic tool on my network status if I'm trying to be close to accurate.