Well... I guess Apple should base all future designs and speeds on the 200MB users... wink wink. I am grandfathered in for unlimited usage.. so the faster the better. If it means my maps will load faster when I'm using the GPS.. then I'm all for it. Sometimes they can take quite a while even with iP4. Less buffering when listening to streamed music... etc, et al... blah blah blah.
It also looks like they are going back to the less boxy...more curved form factor. Cool... I liked it much better.
There's no way I could use that kind of bandwidth. These guys are working at it to get to that amount. I read a thread on some forum a while back where these guys were talking about how they use their phones to pull down rar files of HD movies and such. Bragging about their "abuse" of the system. Even with unlimited I don't go over 2 BGs, usually. I'm more about the speed, as you can see from my post.
. I just tried to see what kind of usage I've been having since I bought my iPad end of May. Looks like I'm not using the "all you can eat data" plan as much as I did before iPad. I know I signed up for the cheaper option on the iPad but was using more so after two months I switched to the more costly plan. It appears I'm just a data glutton!
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