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Hi people! I am curious what frequencies would be used by iPhone 5 and iPad 3 that would be released in summer and fall next year and how can I block them?

asked Dec 05 '11 at 06:41

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Hello Boris!

I guess you are very interested in details of the next year's release of the new iPhone and iPad models, and thus you want to know as much as you can about it. While they would be released not very soon, there are already some information about them. Regarding your question the main thing you need to know is that they would definitely use 4G frequency band to operate. To say even more accurate, both would have 4G LTE support.

And it is very likely that a lot of people would purchase them at start using everywhere, thus you are already thinking about blocking their signals next year. In order to deal with their 4G bands you need to use iPhone 5 / iPad 3 jammer that is capable of blocking all 4G frequency band in its jamming radius.

Modern communication technologies are developing but jamming industry goes in a line with them, thus every new gadget can and will be jammed! ;)

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answered Dec 05 '11 at 06:51

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