Can AT&T Handle The 3G iPhone Flood?
Free of EDGE at last, users will flock to true 3G
A little bit later on today, an obscure little company by the name of Apple will be releasing the second incarnation of an under-analyzed and rarely-discussed phone they've dubbed the "iPhone." This latest version will of course have HSDPA capability, and GigaOM
wonders if the AT&T Wireless network is ready to handle the load. iPhone users have traditionally used nearly five times the data
consumed by average AT&T subscribers, and double the average smart phone user. In a short while, they'll be free from being stuck with Wi-Fi and EDGE.
If you're interested in some blistering, relentless coverage of today's iPhone tsunami, head here
, and perhaps you'll find at least one news outlet discussing the launch.Update
: It's official. The HSDPA-supported iPhone will be available on July 11