AT&T and Apple Fight Over Throttling Data Speed in iOS 6

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With short memories we all have probably already forgotten the controversial case of iOS 6 when leaving was consuming a huge amount of data with iPhone 5 with LTE signal for both Verizon and AT & T. Well, Apple forums these publications exceed 100,000 views and Apple and AT & T seem to take the issue letter about this. However, in the case of Verizon Wireless customers in the United States, Apple quickly send a Carrier Update that corrected data filtering unnecessary consuming the available monthly data for the client.

Forbes Steven Rosenbaum contact both companies about it and the answers are totally diverted the topic. Indeed, it is as if both companies would blame each other for the situation that still affects many consumers.
This is what the Apple rep answered;

Hello Steven,

“I have reviewed your message Regarding The data usage. What I have researched about this issue is the data usage from your iPhone can be high and I understand That a plan with Data can be costly. But my input About That is if you can be ok or are Able to better manage the data usage the iPhone has, That is great. However, if you feel it is best to change in order to keep a handle on the data your phone uses, that’s ok. I am glad to help you With This issue in any way I can. Sincerely,

~ Rob Armstrong

 Apple iOS Senior Advisor –

The response of AT & T was worse, I do not inquire into the issue and looks more like an automatic reply;


Hi Steve,

the controversial case of iOS 6 when leaving was consuming a huge amount of data with iPhone 5 with LTE signal for both Verizon and AT & T. Well, in the Apple forumsthese publications exceed 100,000 views and Apple and AT & T seem to take the issue letter about this. However, in the case of Verizon Wireless customers in the United States, Apple quickly send a Carrier Update that corrected data filtering unnecessary consuming the available monthly data for the client.

Forbes Steven Rosenbaum contact both companies about it and the answers are totally diverted the topic. Indeed, it is as if both companies would blame each other for the situation that still affects many consumers.

This is what the Apple rep answered;

Hello Steven,

“I have reviewed your message Regarding The data usage. What I have researched about this issue is the data usage from your iPhone can be high and I understand That a plan with Data can be costly. But my input About That is if you can be ok or are Able to better manage the data usage the iPhone has, That is great. However, if you feel it is best to change in order to keep a handle on the data your phone uses, that’s ok. I am glad to help you With This issue in any way I can.

Sincerely, ~ Rob Armstrong
Apple iOS Senior Advisor

The response of AT & T was worse, I do not inquire into the issue and looks more like an automatic reply;

Hi Steve,

We appreciate your feedback and Have taken it to heart. While your situation appears to be an anomaly we always want our customers to have the best experience possible, and we’re working every day to make our customer experience even better.

Mark Siegel, AT & T Spokesman

AT&T and Apple should take action on this old issue that has persisted since 2012 and is not yet solved apparently.

[via Forbes]

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