How to turn on LTE 4G on iPhone in Orange?
Along with the iOS 7.1 update, there is also an update of the Orange operator, which allows you to connect to the 4G network via iPhone.
See how to update the Orange operator on iPhone
Orange made it possible to connect to the 4G (LTE) network via mobile phones on February 3 (LTE in Orange also on smartphones), but only now you can use it on the iPhone. See how easy it is to enable the LTE (4G) network in Orange on an iPhone in 3 steps.
Carrier settings updates are small files that may contain updates to your carrier-related settings, such as network settings, connections, cellular data, messages, personal hotspot, and voicemail, provided by Apple and your carrier. From time to time, you may receive notifications to install new carrier settings updates.
To update carrier settings, follow these steps:
- Check if you have iOS 7.1 installed and you have Mobile network turned on (Mobile data and Enable 3G) See what’s new in iOS 7.1: iOS 7.1 finally ready for download
- Go to Settings> General> This Device… If there’s an update available, you’ll be prompted.
- Click OK and the Operator should update to version 16.
LTE (4G) is available in Orange with iOS 7.1 and for iPhone 5, 5c and 5s.
Attention: from time to time, the operator may provide a mandatory update. With this type of update, an OK button is displayed instead of the Update button to notify you that the update has been downloaded and installed.
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ATTENTION! After updating your carrier settings, you will have two cellular data networks, 3G and 4G. If there is no 4G in Orange in your area, it is worth waiting with the update. Reverting your settings won’t be as easy as updating. 3G and 4G networks use up the battery much faster than EDGE.