T-Mobile Backpedals on AWS iPhone Comments
Updated: altered headline
T-Mobile USA today issued a statement concerning comments made by CTO Neville Ray regarding the evolution of wireless chips. He was quoted as saying, "The next chipset will support AWS. The challenge that existed in the past will go away." His comments led many to believe that the next version of the iPhone will support AWS spectrum, which is needed for the iPhone to operate on T-Mobile's 3G network. T-Mobile said, however, "Mr. Ray was speaking generally to chipset advancements available to all phone manufacturers. T-Mobile has no knowledge of Apple's product roadmap and our position on the iPhone has not changed."
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