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Though the Tab 10.1 going back on sale could be small mercy. Apple and Samsung are due back in court in December to discuss possible bans of a whole batch of Samsung devices, including much more up to date products than the Tab. So it could be a cold winter for the Korean company. Should the Galaxy Tab 10.1 be cleared for sale? Let me know what you reckon below, or on Facebook. Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 could be back on sale in the US soon, now Judge Koh has been cleared to adjudicate. The US sales ban imposed on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 could soon be lifted now Judge Lucy Koh has been cleared to consider the issue, Reuters reports.

Also, I want to thank all my Ask Maggie readers for their patience while I was away, After a three-week hiatus, I am back, I'm still working through the many questions I received while I was gone, so if you haven't yet heard from me, please be patient, I will try to answer as many questions in the column or by e-mail as I can, Which iPhone 5 is best for the international traveler?, Dear Maggie, I am an American that lives overseas and I want to use an iPhone 5 overseas (and in the U.S, when I visit), Basically olixar total protection iphone 7 plus case & screen protector pack reviews I want to know if I should buy an iPhone 5 without a plan from a carrier or if I should buy an unlocked iPhone 5 without a plan from Apple, Does an unlocked iPhone 5 mean that it works all over the world and on any U.S, network (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint)? Or does it still have restrictions between networks (AT&T and Verizon, etc.)? If an unlocked iPhone 5 does have restrictions, then should I buy the Verizon iPhone 5 because it will work on AT&T also? Your quick response is really appreciated because I am returning to the U.S, next week to hopefully buy a phone..

Thanks,David. Dear David. The addition of 4G LTE into the iPhone 5 has made things a bit more complicated, especially for international travelers such as yourself. I'm afraid there's no easy answer for you. LTE is one of the reasons to upgrade to the iPhone 5 if you're already an iPhone user. As Google Android users can tell you, LTE is much faster than 3G. Once you experience the speed of LTE, you won't want to go back to regular 3G wireless service. U.S. carriers have been leading the charge on 4G LTE deployments. AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint have each begun deploying their LTE networks. The good news is that carriers throughout the world are upgrading to this network technology, which will provide true broadband speeds on mobile devices like the iPhone. In fact there are nearly 300 carriers either operating, building, or planning to build an LTE network. But the bad news is that the frequencies these carriers plan to use are different from the frequencies U.S. carriers are using to build their LTE networks. Currently, there are at least 10 different LTE bands that have been identified for use.

Building a single device with all the necessary combinations of LTE radio frequency band support is impossible at this point, That said, Apple has done what other phone manufacturers have so far failed to do, The company has tried to pack various flavors of LTE into its devices in an effort to limit the number of different devices it has to manufacture, This is good for consumers, because it means there's a chance that in the future you'll be able to access 4G in the U.S, as well as abroad, I say this is for the future because today none of the U.S, carriers offering 4G LTE will allow customers to roam onto foreign LTE networks, But that will likely change as more LTE networks are built throughout the world, The trick for you and other iPhone users is selecting the device today that may support olixar total protection iphone 7 plus case & screen protector pack reviews the right LTE bands for your travels..

But here's where things get tricky. The iPhone 5 comes in three different flavors. And according to Apple's specifications they each support a list of 2G, 3G, and 4G technologies including different bands of LTE. There could be support for more bands built into each of these phones, but the ones I will be discussing here are the ones that Apple has indicated on its spec sheet. AT&T version: GSM model A1428*: UMTS/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850; 900; 1,900; 2,100 MHz);GSM/EDGE (850; 900; 1,800; 1,900 MHz); LTE (Bands 4 and 17).