Mobile & Wireless

Sosh studies glitch of iPhone 5 switching to EDGE

Wednesday 31 October 2012 | 10:43 CET | News
Customers of Orange France's youth brand, Sosh, have experienced problems with their iPhone 5 smartphones, which sometimes switch from 3G to EDGE, something that did not happen with their earlier iPhones, reports France Mobiles. The operator has acknowledged the existence of a glitch, but said it was difficult to reproduce systematically in test handsets. It told customers that technical teams have been looking into the issue since 8 October, with all players necessary to resolve the problem mobilised. The operator has already discounted any problem with the iPhone 5's nano Sim card and rejects the idea that it only affects Sosh customers. It added that it would communicate again very soon about the issue.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Orange France / Sosh
Countries: France
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