There’s no disputing the fact that the iPhone is the greatest invention since…well…ever. But Consumer Reports begs to differ, at least when it comes to the iPhone 5, which for the moment is the most recent version of the greatest device known to mankind. Never mind the fact that the
Cricket recently announced that it was beginning to offer the iPhone to its prepaid customers for a slightly more expensive price than the subsidized prices currently offered by major U.S. carrier - this announcement seems to have started an avalanche among prepaid carriers, as Sprint's prepaid carrier, Virgin Mobile, is expected to offer such plans on the heels of Cricket.
Since October, from the introduction of the iPhone 4S, the iPhone has been available on the third most popular provider in the US on top of AT&T and Verizon, both of which have been available for some time now. Users currently with contracts with Sprint had yet to see the light in the form of an official companion application for iOS, but it's finally here and somewhat worth the relatively long downtime/wait.
It looks like AT&T customers weren’t disappointed by the iPhone 4S announcement. The carrier claims they sold 200,000 iPhones on Friday. “AT&T has seen extraordinary demand for iPhone 4S with more than 200,000 preorders in the first 12 hours alone, the most successful iPhone launch we’ve ever had. It’s obvious
Sprint is betting heavily on the iPhone, reportedly agreeing to purchase 30 million handsets over the next four years. The carrier got to work quickly by accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 4 on Thursday, and announcing their unlimited data plan. “Sprint’s Simply Everything Plan is the only plan from a
Following the announcement that the iphone 4S would be a “world phone”, in that it will support AT&T, Verizon Wireless and most recently added, Sprint, the last of the carriers has announced that it will be offering unlimited data plans for its iPhone customers. As CNET reports: ‘”We will be
Sprint May Exclusively Get iPhone 5 in a Multi-Billion Dollar Deal, Updated iPhone 4S/5 Feature Lists
Sprint may have entered into a deal with Apple worth $20 billion, a huge gamble for the struggling carrier. As a result of the deal, iPhone 5 would reportedly be exclusively available on Sprint. Under the deal, Sprint would be committed to purchase 30 million iPhones over the next four
Did T-Mobile Chief Marketing Officer Cole Brodman deliver devastating news about the rumored T-Mobile iPhone, or did he just state something we kind of already knew? Brodman told T-Mobile employees “we are not going to get the iPhone 5 this year,” but that doesn’t necessarily mean T-Mobile customers who were
J.P. Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz believes Apple’s plans to launch two new iPhones — the iPhone 5 and updated entry-level iPhone — in October will “likely drive quarterly shipments for the device higher.” Moskowitz’s research revealed that the iPhone 5 will feature world phone (GSM and CDMA) capabilities to target
As we get closer to a possible Apple announcement the Sprint iPhone rumors keep leaking. A Sprint Nextel sales associate told TUAW that they will be carrying the iPhone 4 and a 4G iPad in October. The tipster seemed a bit confused claiming Sprint would only be offering the iPhone