Everye has something I like about the iPhe model in 2018. However, customers of T-Mobile and Sprint need to upgrade to the latest iOS device. It is the first time to support some of the wireless technologies of these carriers.
This means that iPhe XS, iPhe XS Max, and iPhe XR will perform better than the previous both networks.
Sprint and T-Mobile are improving the 4 G LTE network at two different frequencies. And Apple's latest support.
T-Mobile 600 MHz network support
T – Mobile added a spectrum of 600 MHz (band 71) last year to the network last year. This is adopted in the extended range LTE, and we plan to use it for the future 5G network.
Of course we are going to carry a new iPhe! The best part? ! It is the first iPhe equipped with extended range LTE of 600 MHz! Your new # i Phe Provide best coverage and network experience @ T Mobile iPhe, until now #AppleEvent
– John Legere (@ JohnLegere) September 12, 2018
According to this carrier, "Extended Range LTE signal travels twice the distance from the tower, four times better than middle band LTE in the building, coverage and capacity are improving.
Also, all three of the new iPhe models support this service, but you can not support the previous e. Statements from T-Mobile are "the best part of the new iPhe? These are 600 MHz compliant, T-Mobile customers can get more coverage and capacity in 1,254 municipalities in 36 states, including Puerto Rico.
John Legere, CEO, also tweeted about it.
And also Sprint's HPUE
Sprint employs HPUE (High Performance User Equipment) at different frequencies, but its effect is essentially the same.
The company's statement promises that HPUE will "enable 2.5".