“As we head towards the release of the iPhone XS, the first speed tests are teasing what we can expect when it comes to LTE speeds across the major carriers,” Andrew O’Hara reports for AppleInsider. “According to results from SpeedSmart.net, iPhone XS and XS Max will boast quite the improvement from last year’s iPhone X.”
“Of the three major carriers — AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile — AT&T looks to be the fastest with average download speeds of 72.24Mbps,” O’Hara reports. “That figure compares to average recorded iPhone X speeds of 27.67Mbps.”
“Verizon was the second fastest in this test, with average downloads of 62.20Mbps, up from 26.08Mbps. T-Mobile came in a close third with 59.92Mbps on the iPhone XS, compared with 29.82Mbps on the iPhone X,” O’Hara reports. “When looking at the increases, the new iPhone XS and XS Max show a 233-percent average bump in download speed across the three networks.”
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I’ve measured download speeds in excess of 50 Mbps with my AT&T iPhone X, and upload speeds above 10 Mbps, almost a year ago.
I’m stuck on the shit network with Sprint.
Left Sprint in the dust 7 years ago, they cheated me out of $350
That’s dangerous… I’ll reach my download quota by the time I finish breakfast.
My X is now reaching over 100Mb/s on AT&T. It will be interesting to see what the XS Max gets.
Same, my X is getting fantastic LTE speeds.
What city are you in?
I too get consistently 100 plus Mbps on my iPhone X on AT&T where I live. I wonder if the XS would be proportionally better? Somehow, I doubt it.