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I'm a little confused about iPhone 4S compatibility with Network Vision when CDMA is deployed on the 800mhz band. It looks like Apple states the iPhone currently supports 800mhz:

 

CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900 MHz)

 

http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html

 

This is confusing to me because I don't know how that could be possible when Verizon is using 850. Can anyone clarify this? Will current iPhone users on Sprint connect using 800 when it launches or will they continue to use 1900?

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Hi there I'm a little confused about iPhone 4S compatibility with Network Vision when CDMA is deployed on the 800mhz band. It looks like Apple states the iPhone currently supports 800mhz: http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html This is confusing to me because I don't know how that could be possible when Verizon is using 850. Can anyone clarify this? Will current iPhone users on Sprint connect using 800 when it launches or will they continue to use 1900?

 

Apple refuses to call the cellular 850 band by its descriptive name and continues to call it 800. No current version of iPhone will run on 800 SMR when Sprint begins to offer CDMA on it. This question has been answered many times over in this forum. Please use the search bar in the upper right hand corner in the future rather than starting a whole new thread to ask a question.

 

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