These days companies throw around the term 4G rather loosely, so we're not surprised when we find people who have no idea what it is exactly. Couple that with the there not being a true 4G standard and you're left with a nation of wireless subscribers that aren't sure at what speed their phones are surfing the Internet. A new survey by Retrevo drives the point home by showing that over a third of iPhone users believe their phone is connecting to the Web at 4G speeds. 

 The problem? Well, no iPhone currently is capable of 4G speeds. The folks at Retrevo believe the "4" in the name of the latest iPhone may have confused current owners. Apple users aren't the only ones confused: the survey shows that 29% of Android users and 24% of BlackBerry users also mistakenly believe their phones have 4G. 

[via Mac Rumors]