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T-Mobile confirms the new Apple Watch will get LTE speeds

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    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2017/09/15/t-mobile-apple-watch-4g-lte-throttle/

    The Apple Watch Series 3 comes with built-in LTE, but as MacRumors pointed out, T-Mobile’s add-on $10 wearable plan limits devices to 512kb/s connections. Tonight T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced its plan for the Watch will include unlimited 4G LTE, saying that “We always listen & act!” That should help keep things even among the US carriers for anyone picking up a new iPhone and/or wrist-worn accessory. Of course, according to a T-Mobile spokesperson, the most data-intensive app on the Watch is high quality Apple Music streaming, which tops out at about 256kbps.

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