When apple launched the new iPad it was advertised as being 4G capable, even in countries where there were no 4G networks, the device came under scrutiny in Australia and now it looks like the same thing is happening here in the UK.
According to a recent report by the BBC, the Advertising Standards Authority are looking into Apple’s 4G claims for the new iPad after they have received a number of complaints.
Apple recently removed the previous 4G wording from their UK website, although then device is still listed as 4G LTE compatible which is supported in only certain networks on the US and Canada.
It isn’t clear what will happen next and whether the Advertising Standards Authority will ask Apple to remove all references to 4G for the website in the UK. Apple now offers two versions of the iPad, the iPad 2 and iPad 3, have a look at the difference between the iPad 2 and iPad 3.
Source BBCFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPad, Technology News
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