iOS 4.2s Networking is more Efficient and Less Battery Consuming?

According to Nokia Siemans, one of the world’s top cellular companies, claimed today that the new iOS 4.2.1 that has just been released couple of days back, contains a type of technology called network-controlled fast dormancy or known as (NCFD). NCFD speeds up the networking performance and optimizes how the iOS device connects to a network. This also helps for less network utilities.

Nokia has also been putting this type of amazing technology in their phones this year. Now in iOS 4.2.1, Apple has this too. This will make Apple’s iOS 4.2.1 excel greatly for the new networking system and technology. Interestingly, Nokia has implemented this cutting edge method through tests instead of working with Apple on this design. It certainly seems that Apple would have benefited by engaging infrastructure companies early.

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