Attractive iPhone 4 innovations through slow networks

If there were not so many, but I'm still very excited about the new features of the new iPhone 4 ads, especially the 720p video capture feature and video chat capability, Apple FaceTime and even Netflix iPhone 4 also possible. But the shortage lies in the fact that Apple's innovations have not surprisingly exceeded the ability to handle network capabilities with all new mobile features.

The cause of concern is not only the AT & T and many bad 3G networks. For example, in the recent launch of Steve Jobs WWDC, users in Wi-Fi overloaded the network so Jobs could not perform some demos. Steve Jobs has repeatedly asked the liveblogs to close their Wi-Fi connection to continue demos. Can you believe it?

So, it was not such a big surprise when AT & T announced its new adopter plan and left the word "unlimited" from them. They seem to have realized the bandwidth they need for every new innovation. Indeed, the waves of users who are trying to use new bandwidth-intensive services on the AT & T network can not imagine all of them having unlimited access. Most likely, 3G infrastructure, and even Wi-Fi (as you are in the same room as many Wi-Fi users) will not be able to support the newest features of the new iPhone 4. here, if you are in Vegas for some event, can not you make a regular phone call because the network is overwhelmed? Now imagine what will happen when consumers find e-mails and other services we can not live with – and this is a poor network! Is there a point to attribute a device if you can not use it while all the rest are using them? Lots of bandwidth-heavy iPhone 4 innovations list.

Let's start with a video camera that lets you take 720p video at 30fps. It's on the back of the device but is easily accessible even if it has an iPhone 4 case. The 2-minute 720p video mass estimate is about 50 MB, it can be estimated that a really fast in-house (12.5 Mbps broadband broadband) charge will take 30 seconds. In most cases, however, users are fortunate to have a 1 Mbps download speed and increase the upload time to 6 minutes. Another application, iMovie, allows you to send video via MMS and email and upload to YouTube via the network, but in reality most consumers are waiting for you to go home and sync iPhone with with your computer video over a better network. In addition to speed, there is also a bandwidth protection savings factor.

Talking about the FaceTime video chat app, it must be stated that it can only work via Wi-Fi, which means the application is not good enough for 3G. In addition, it can only work if other iPhone 4 owners are at the far end, limiting the ability to want any video chat anyone wants. Given that it is sometimes difficult for people to subscribe to Skype for video chat with them, this can be quite a problem. Think of all these limitations: for FaceTime, both parties must have their own iPhone 4 and find a Wi-Fi network that is not too busy. This is a bigger problem because Wi-Fi connections are not enough even when running Skype on a regular computer. Sometimes there are too many conditions for video chat for two people. One may be that the only condition would be just the same iPhone 4 extends on the devices to be able to communicate and have no network problems. But we still live in the real world.

Go to the Netflix conversation. As we have seen from the iPad, this app is very good in cache or buffering or it does everything to optimize video streams on your device. Here's an iPhone screen that's smaller, it can help. But only the users' grandfather benefits from the AT & T unlimited broadband plan. It did not really wait for people to confront the bandwidth to use most of their bandwidth. Allow you to watch the episode of some shows, right?

Frankly, the new features of the iPhone are just at the top of consumers. long, unsatisfactory appetite for mobile media applications. This can be verified by the trends and statistics of using mobile data today:

– Videos account for 50% of all mobile traffic that is transmitted over networks that are not ready to handle this strain.
– YouTube is responsible for 30-50% of actual traffic.
– 2 GB of data has been reached very quickly by a large number of users, with a monthly subscription for 2-3 weeks if used regularly (2-3 videos a week).
– Netflix now offers full-length streaming features for users.

AT & T can not be blamed for erasing data bandwidth as they could not predict the iPhone 4 announcement and have not previously taken into account current network issues and the likelihood of more and more applications. If other carriers see bandwidth, the conclusion is clear – the current infrastructure can not handle traffic.

It does not seem easy to find a solution to this problem. Consumers can shout at service providers to build faster networks, but it does not make sense – everyone knows it will not disappear from the clear sky. This is actually the carriers of WiMax and LTE. However, it is not clear that Verizon would have more luck with EV-DO than AT & T with 3G. Developers of these tools can not be blamed for creating cameras that can create 720p videos and faster processors. Neither Netflix can be blamed because it has offered to stream videos through the mobile network. So far no one was left accountable. Can the manufacturers have iPhone 4 cases, just in case?

The only solution is that Apple is simply buying or developing its own network to provide quality services to Apple applications. This is what the users are very excited about.

Source by Oleg Shapar

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