The 3G Phase Out

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  1. intentional, Sep 10, 2013
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    intentional macrumors newbie

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    AT&T phased out it's 2G network last tear abd I thiugh that was great.

    Back when people had an iPhone four and 4S, and even iPhone 3G, how were people watching videos. I have an iPhone 5 that stuck on a 3G network and I can't even watch the keynote. I wouldn't be able to watch the keynote If I was on a 3G connection. And my Wi-Fi is down right now, so.

    I used to remember back when people had the old iPhone, and especially Verizon, they would stream videos, was it just because it was bad quality? 3G connections are 0.
     
  2. cambookpro macrumors 603

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    :confused:

    I routinely watch YouTube and Netflix on 3G. The 5-10 Mbps I get on 3G is easily good enough for streaming, even though it may buffer for 20 secs at the beginning.
     
  3. amarcus macrumors 6502

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    Keynote doesn't start for another hour and half (assuming they provide a live stream this year!). May I suggest you relocate to the nearest free wifi spot... Feel like coffee?
     
  4. intentional, Sep 10, 2013
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