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iPhone 5 To Come In Nine Variants

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Sep 12, 2012, 2:16 PM

For what good it would do

I was hoping to see some LTE interoperability between AT&T and Verizon and Sprint. It would make it easier to switch from one carrier to another, theoretically, if their phones have LTE and support each other's bands. But of course they don't want that happening.
At least there's one version for both Verizon and Sprint LTE. No one's ever made a phone like that before.
...want to make it easier for you to switch carriers. Would you run a business that way? I don't expect carriers to do things that are not in their best interests. If the rules from the FCC don't mandate this then you better believe the carriers wo...

Sep 12, 2012, 5:54 PM

Another Apple Smash Hit

I wonder how many records will be broken this time around.
Yeah if you consider Apple FINALLY building a phone that is on par with higher end phones that launched last year.

Though I won't lie, I'm more than certain they'll sell a ton of these. When you're brainwashed you'll buy anything.

Sep 12, 2012, 2:26 PM

The Tenth Variant

The version that Apple specifically didn't make was the T-Mobile USA edition. Also known by it's codename "middlefinger". Too bad for T-Mobile. Crying or Very sad
Won't matter too too much. Once T-Mobile finishes migrating their 1900mhz spectrum to HSPA+, the data speeds on the devices will be just fine.

Sep 12, 2012, 3:58 PM

So not like the 4S?

The 4S is one phone, but it depends on which carrier you activate it on, such as AT&T, Verizon or Sprint, that determines who its locked to.

So, the iPhone 5 isn't the same way?
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