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Apple to unveil the iPhone 5 on October 4

Friday, September 23, 2011

Oh no. In less than two weeks, ‘analysts' everywhere will be silenced. At least for a day. Won't you miss all the iPhone 5x4S hysteria? For all these months, we heard (and brought you) rumor after rumor after rumor after rumor concerning Apple's next device or couple of devices. And it will feel so empty on October 5. Because then we'll have found out everything. And probably will have already laughed a lot, in retrospect, at some of the things that were rumored for the new Apple iPhone.

Ah well. That's life. Mythical handsets do need to launch at some point, and according to AllThingsD, the next iPhone (or iPhones?) will be unveiled on Tuesday, October 4. So in less than two weeks.

Of course, this is just a rumor in itself, so don't forget your standard issue grain of salt while reading. Rumor as it may be, it kind of makes sense. If only because it kind of confirms countless other past rumors that were saying that Apple will be holding ‘the' event either in September or October. In any case, the company clearly doesn't want the holiday shopping season to catch it with only the old iPhone 4 in tow.

So sooner or later, but probably sooner, this was bound to happen. Let's hope it will be on October 4 and we'll get this over with. Otherwise, it's certainly possible that we'll see dozens more rumors concerning just the announcement's date. This is Apple after all. Every detail is important.
source:Unwired View

Report: Apple to hold media event on October 4th, Tim Cook to unveil iPhone 5

We have yet to receive official word on this, but All Things Digital is reporting today that Apple's next big media event will be held on October 4th, where freshly minted CEO Tim Cook is expected to unveil the iPhone 5. Sources close to the situation say Cook will be the main presenter at the event, with execs Phil Schiller, Scott Forstall and Eddy Cue playing supporting roles. This would mark the first time that Cook has actually led an Apple event, adding an extra wrinkle of significance to an already highly anticipated occasion. The site's sources went on to say that the next-gen iPhone will be available for purchase "within a few weeks" of the announcement, though All Things Digital acknowledges that the exact date of its unveiling is still subject to change. As always, we'll be sure to keep you posted as soon as we hear more.


iPhone 4S launching on October 21 with BBM?

According to a Greek website an iPhone will be announced in early October and released to the major markets around the world on October 21. The site claims this will be the iPhone 4S with the same size display, 8 MP camera with 1080p video recording, a dual-core 1GHz A5 processor inside and a second antenna on the top.

The rest of the specs are pretty much identical to the current iPhone 4. The site claims to have a "100% reliable source", but we do advise you to take it with a pinch of salt.

We also received another tip, claiming that the next iPhone will feature BlackBerry's Messenger service. According to the tipster, BlackBerry will be getting a lot of cash in return for their messaging service. Once again there's no confirmation of any kind to those rumors, so it might all end up to be science fiction.

Now, we are not quite sure what to make of those rumors. The iPhone 4S seems likely as Al Gore himself says there will be more than one iPhone announced next month, JP Morgan confirms that, and AT&T has listed a white iPhone 4S. But what about the iMessage service that will come with iOS 5 - is Apple just going to put it side by side with BlackBerry Messenger?

The Apple iPhone event is, supposedly, coming on October 4th so we should find out the truth soon.


Apple's Tim Cook to unveil the iPhone 5 on October 4th

After what felt like an eternity of waiting we finally have some information about Apple's next event. According to some insider information acquired by AllThingsD, the iPhone 5 unveiling will take place on October 4th.

Reportedly, it will be Tim Cook, who will lead the show for Apple on the big day. He will be joined on stage by Phillip W. Schiller (Senior VP, Worldwide Product Marketing), Scott Forstall (Senior VP, iOS Software) and Eddy Cue (newly appointed Senior VP of Internet Software and Services). Keep in mind that none of this has been officially confirmed so take it with a pinch of salt.

The exact devices that will be unveiled remain a mystery too. New iPods seem likely, and the next gen iPhone almost certain (though we don't know if it will be an iPhone 4S or 5 or both) and some even expect an iPad 3 announcement, which is really pushing it if you ask us.

If the October 4th date turns out true that would mean an almost immediate release of the next iPhone on October 15th.

It's been now over a year since the last (best-selling) iPhone (4) arrived and most Apple users and fans are going crazy with anticipation - heck, even Apple haters are probably waiting to see what the next iPhone will be like.

We're also expecting iOS 5 to be officially released at the event as it's already nearing its Gold Master version (due September 23rd).


Case-Mate iPhone 4 Jett Metal Case Review

Over the next few months, I will be reviewing a half dozen or so iPhone 4 cases to better protect my smartphone. For a long time, I used my iPhone without a case….at least until a very scary tech-moment. I was in the gym working out on an ellipse machine, watching a show. When I finished working out, as I was getting off the machine my iPhone went flying across the gym (every AR tech-geeks worst nightmare). Thankfully before going to the gym I put on the Sena Sarach Leatherskin case I reviewed a few months ago which did a great job protecting my iPhone while skidding across floor. At that point, I decided that I needed rock-hard protection on my phone 24x7 but without too much added bulk or weight. Case-Mate's Jett Metal case for the iPhone 4 seemed like an ideal candidate to get the job done.

The Jett Metal case is machined from a single block of aircraft billet aluminum (T6061). It is tumbled and deburred with ceramic media for over three hours. It is then anodized which increases corrosion resistance and overall toughness and infuses the aluminum with color. Their laser etched logo completes the look. The case is form fitted for the iPhone 4, completely surrounding the corners and edges. The case is available in black, gray, red, hunter green, and blue.  It is compatible with both Verizon and AT&T iPhones.

Along with the Jett Metal case, Case-Mate includes screen protectors for the front and back of the iPhone, push-thru buttons for power, volume, and mute, two extra screws, and a tiny screwdriver.

There is a bit of assembly required but the case comes together very nicely, like a jigsaw puzzle.

In good Gadgeteer style, I attempted to install the Jett Metal case without consulting the instructions. It took me several tries but I figured it out on my own (thankfully without hurting anything in the process). Admittedly, taking a peek at the instructions would have been easier and faster .

The inside of the case has a soft micro liner in the corners and on the sides to keep the iPhone from rubbing against the case.

As you can see, the push-thru buttons are perfectly fitted and work just as designed.

The left side has the push-thru buttons for volume and slider switch for mute. This side and the top have a plastic seam that I assume is to allow better signal reception. The case's raised edge holds the front and back of the iPhone off of whatever surface it sits on.

Along with the plastic seam, the top has a push-thru button for the power and recessed cutout for the earbud port.

The only thing on the right side is the laser etched Case-Mate name and logo.

The bottom of the case as cutouts for the sync/power plug and speakers. Case-Mate also designed a hard-point into the case for attaching a lanyard to wear around your wrist.

Like the sync/power port, the earbud port is recessed 3-4 millimeters making it impossible to insert L-shaped plugs into the iPhone.

Straight shaped plugs, like the Sennheiser/Adidas MX 680i Sports earbuds you see here, work fine with this case. But sadly none of my high-end earbuds and monitors (all with L-shaped plugs) work with the Jett Metal case. A definite negative…..

…..another negative is that the case does not allow the iPhone to work with any of my dock-enabled sound systems. I know there are extender plugs and cables that solve these issues, but you have to acquire/buy them and then lug them around.

Since the case completely surrounds the iPhone edge, it does impact signal reception, not heinously so but noticeably. I tested reception at many locations. The case reduces signal reception by one full bar (maybe a bit more). There are several places where cell services is marginal and with this case on I can not receive calls, email, or dance the net.

The Jett Metal case does add weight (1.2 oz) and a bit of bulk to the iPhone (4.8 oz). Actually not that unreasonable considering the added protection the case gives the iPhone. The case has a nice look, feel, and (believe it or not) heft to it.

Even though the case's design/engineering has negatives in terms of accessories and signal strength, it is currently my case of choice….by far. The Jett Metal case is well made, feels nice to hold, great protection, and accentuates the iPhone's good looks. Pricing on form fitted aluminum iPhone cases, has definitely become more reasonable and at $50 the Jett Metal case is a worthy contender in a crowded market.
source:The Gadgeteer

Samsung moves to block iPhone 5 in Korea, expands its anti-Apple offensive

Well, since Samsung couldn't get an early peek at the iPhone 5 and iPad 3, the company has simply decided to take a page from Apple's playbook. A senior exec told The Korea Times it plans to file a request to block the sale of the upcoming iOS handset in its Korean homeland the moment the device is announced. According to the Times, the anonymous exec said it would leverage its wireless technology patents and demand that Apple either remove the telecommunications features — turning the iPhone into an iPod touch — or simply be banished from the Korean market. The knock-down-drag-out war between the two companies has only seemed to escalate in recent weeks, as Sammy has taken a much more combative and offensive approach. We can only hope the two get tired of divvying up the globe and declare a draw in this game of patent Risk.

Orange UK CEO Reveals iPhone 5 Release Date!

Monday, September 19, 2011

In what could be the strongest of the evidences to disclose key details about Apple's next-generation iPhone prior to its anticipated launch, CEO of Orange UK allegedly revealed iPhone 5 release date on radio.

You may not entirely be content in agreeing to rely entirely on rumors and speculations, but the word coming from the mouth of a CEO tied to Apple as its official partner to carry the device is certainly worth believing.

Assuming that you do believe, here are the man's words disclosing the tight-lipped details about iPhone 5 release:

“If I believe what we heard, the iPhone will be released Oct. 15.."He was said to have quickly added '....To date, no date is known for its commercial launch even though its production seems to have started in several echoes in the press.”

However, there is no still detail on how the next-gen iPhone will look like or what will be its feature set - at least not officially. On the contrary, several unofficial reports have popped up in the recent past suggesting clues and pictures of Apple's as-yet-unreleased iPhone 5/iPhone 4S.

Regardless, here's a quick refresher : the next-generation iPhone is strongly believed to a faster device with a dual-core processor, enhanced RAM storage, a new 8 megapixel camera, perhaps a larger edge-to-edge display, and iOS 5 among other features.

Android fanatics also have a reason to rejoice since the highly-awaited Nexus Prime Android phone is expected to launch just around the same time as the next-generation iPhone. If so, you'll have a good chance to choose between the best and the latest of both the platforms. Isn't it? Hit the comments below to voice your opinion. We certainly admire commentary, you know - as long as it's relevant!

We will keep you posted as more details surface. Stay tuned!

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source:Technology Nerd

iPhone 5 On Sprint Actually Seems To Exist, Employees Being Briefed For Potential Launch!

Even though highly craved, Apple did not heed to the demand of Sprint consumers to be officially able to access the iPhone. However, it is now beginning to appear that the wait may be finally over.

According to the report, a Sprint sales associate has allegedly reported that Sprint has already started briefing its employees on the iPhone apparently in view of the (supposedly) upcoming release of iPhone on Sprint.

That said, it could not be ascertained if Sprint will carry the next-generation iPhone or if Apple will just debut an iPhone 4 Sprint version for Sprint's customers. While the latter may not likely be an acceptable case for most of us, it is somehow possible that Sprint may start over with iPhone 4 now and later adding iPhone 5 to its line-up.

But that should definitely seem a depression to all the iPhone fanboys waiting to get their hands on a Sprint iPhone 5. Isn't it? We thought so.

But, how many of us would want it that way? I wouldn't. Whether you would love to see a Sprint iPhone 5 or not, please drop in a comment to voice your opinion. We'd appreciate that.

Did we miss the refresher?

Oh! Here, it is: the iPhone has only been available through AT&T for more than 3 years until Verizon Wireless joined the league debuting iPhone 4 as the first-CDMA iPhone on its carrier in the United States. Sprint is believed to be the next or among the first to carry CDMA iPhone 5. Besides, T-Mobile is also expected to officially carry the next-generation iPhone when it's released, but it would be obviously a GSM iPhone 5 or the like.

The next-generation iPhone is expected to sport a larger edge-to-edge display which maybe, perhaps, about 4-inches in size. A faster dual-core  A5 processor that Apple debuted in iPad 2, extra RAM storage and a 1080p capable 8 megapixel camera are also among several of the anticipated features. The new iPhone will run Apple iOS 5 right out-of-the-box.

We will keep you posted as more details surface. Stay tuned!

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source:Technology Nerd

iPhone 5 to have radical new design according to Case-Mate images

The iPhone 5 hasn't been announced yet, but that has not stopped accessory makers from posting upcoming cases for the highly anticipated handset. Case-Mate has published a page on its website with six different case designs for the new iPhone 5, and we're loving the radical new body shown in the images. We've heard tons of speculation that the iPhone 5 will be thinner and lighter than the current model and these cases suggest it will have tapered edges and a slim profile as well. Finally, the images appear to an aluminum back on the fifth-generation iPhone, which also jibes with earlier reports. The iPhone 5 is expected to be available in the United States in October, so we're not surprised to see leaks like this start to spill out across the web.

UPDATE: Case-Mate has pulled the iPhone 5 cases from its website.

Thanks, David
source:Boy Genius Report

Revamped iPhone 4 inbound, iPhone 5 may see delays

Apple will unveil two new iPhone models within the next few weeks, a low-cost iPhone 4 with design tweaks and a brand new iPhone 5. The news has been repeated ad , however this time around, 9to5Mac brings with it a new twist: the latter and more highly anticipated of the two models may be facing production issues. An iPhone 5 with a new teardrop design and a larger display is seeing production delays on at least one assembly line according to the report. As a result, 9to5Mac speculates that the the new iPhone 5 “will be delayed slightly at the very least and may see shortages all the way into 2012.” Apple's new cheaper iPhone 4 will apparently be ready to rock in the coming weeks, however. The reports states that Apple will have over 10 million units on hand for launch, and the phones will be priced aggressively. Both the iPhone 5 and the new iPhone 4 are still scheduled to launch on October 7th, the report claims, aligning with earlier rumors.
source:Boy Genius Report

Planning on picking up an iPhone 5? Better sell your old iPhone now

Regardless of any potential delays, shortages or other impediments, Apple's upcoming next-generation iPhone models will fly off the shelves following launch. This is a given. As Apple's announcement approaches and Apple fans get ready to upgrade, however, some may be in store for a rude awakening. Current iPhone users looking to part ways with an old model in favor of a shiny new handset have likely already missed the boat if they were hoping to sell their iPhones to help recoup money spent on a new iPhone. Read on for more.

According to data collected and analyzed by consumer electronics recycler NextWorth, the value of previous-generation iPhone models has historically declined rapidly beginning well ahead of next-generation announcements.

The average selling price of Apple's iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G models sold on eBay last year began to decline rapidly in mid-May according to the data, dropping between 10% and 15% by the time Apple announced the iPhone 4 on June 7th. The mere anticipation of a next-generation model is enough to send iPhone resale values south.

By the time Apple's iPhone 4 launched in late June 2010, eBay resale values of the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G had dropped roughly 22% and 27% respectively, and they continued to decline until the middle of July. To make matters worse for iPhone owners planning to pawn off their phones, Apple is expected to unveil a new low-cost iPhone 4 model alongside the iPhone 5 in the coming weeks.

The draw of a brand new iPhone 4 available for $99 or less on contract - and possibly $350 with no contract in some markets, as BGR reported exclusively back in July - could potentially push the resale value of older models down even faster than last year.

Apple is expected to unveil two new iPhone models in the coming weeks, a low-cost version of the current iPhone 4 model with various minor design tweaks and a brand new iPhone 5 said to feature a new case with an aluminum back, a larger display and an 8-megapixel camera.
source:Boy Genius Report

iPhone 5 Screen Protector Leaks In Pictures, Suggests Larger Display & Exterior!

In a report by, the alleged iPhone 5 screen protector was introduced to the world. The evidence, as you'd expect, is a blurry picture. Yet, it is neat enough to draw an inference, making it even easier to extrapolate (from the appearance of it) that the iPhone 5 is a bigger device.

Bigger in terms of screen size, and the external casing (see pictures after the break). It also seems to have an elongated home button, as one of the previous reports had suggested. A few parties have already claimed to have acquired iPhone 5 cases even as the device itself hasn't been announced yet, officially.

Sagely, one of the captured pictures shows an iPhone 4 placed with its face-down on the screen protector for iPhone 5. The difference in sizes is immediately noticeable. The screen guard can still be seen easily extending margins across the borders of the iPhone 4. Certainly, the next iPhone seems to have a larger edge-to-edge display, if these pictures are in anyway legitimate.

Unfortunately, there are no pictures of the device itself. Not any official pictures, at least.  Nevertheless, the leaked pictures of the alleged iPhone 5 screen guard already seem to speak a volume, and we will manage to comfort ourselves with the concept renders in the meanwhile.

As far as the rest of the iPhone 5 tech specs are concerned, you are most likely to see a faster dual-core processor, enhanced camera sensor, faster and newer OS, increased RAM storage, and much more.

It is worth noting that the leaked details may or may not be accurate. Regardless, Apple has been numb on this subject, as always. However, there have been strong indications that the next-generation iPhone is launching around mid-October.

We will keep you posted as more details surface. Stay tuned!

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source:Technology Nerd

Apple Might Announce The Next iPhone(s) On 7th October!

The report about the iPhone 5 US launch comes courtesy of The New York Times, which claims that a "fairly different" iPhone may launch imminently. In fact, according to them, the much-hyped iPhone 5 launch is "just weeks away".

Citing an anonymous Apple employee as the source, NYT reported that the next iPhone may actually launch on October 7. Chances of Apple launching two different iPhones are fairly strong. It is quite (seemingly) possible that a revamped version of iPhone 4 will also be introduced alongside the much-anticipated all-new iPhone, believed to known as iPhone 5.

While the former is possibly aimed at popularizing the iPhone in the budget-phone sector by cutting down the cost (while presumably maintaining the same specs as iPhone 4), the latter will be a relatively expensive model with bumped up specs, all-new aesthetics and an even more enticing specs sheet.
source:Technology Nerd

Apple snubs Samsung, looks to TSMC for next-gen iPhone and iPad chips

Apple will favor Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company over Samsung to power its next-generation iOS devices, DigiTimes said on Friday. The report aligns with an earlier Reuters report that suggested TSMC would build the next-generation A5 processor for future iPhone and iPad devices. TSMC will use its 20nm and 28nm technologies to create the new chips but may not begin supplying Apple with parts until next year. The Taiwan-based chip builder may have inked a deal to supply the successor to the A6 chip, too. Earlier reports suggested TSMC already started to test its first batch of A6 chipsets, which may offer dual or quad-core ARM-based architectures. Prior to its agreement with TSMC, Apple typically gave Samsung exclusive orders for its silicon. The move could be tied to multiple ongoing patent lawsuits with the South Korea-based electronics giant.
source:Boy Genius Report

Facebook 3.5 For iPhone Released, Now Available For Download!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

The latest update pushes the firmware version to v3.5. It adds the ability to tag friends and places, share web links from a web view opening through the app, better privacy and much more.

The Facebook v3.5 for iPhone and iPod Touch is available for free download over iTunes. Hit past the break for the change log or to download Facebook 3.5 for iPhone.

Here's what's new in the update:

Made it easier to share with who you want
  • Added the ability to tag friends and places in posts
  • Added the ability to share external links from a web view
  • Added new design for Profile and Group Walls
  • Improved the sharing tool to add privacy controls on posts and match your settings on the web site
Improvements and bug fixes:
  • Improved Notifications speed
  • Fixed a number of Chat bugs
  • Made it easier to select filters in News Feed
  • Fixed a bug with the Notifications bar disappearing
  • Fixed a number of Photos bugs
  • Improved performance and stability overall
Click here to download Facebook 3.5 for iPhone.

Via : TUAW
source:Technology Nerd

Sprint to offer iPhone 5 in October with unlimited data

Sprint will offer the iPhone 5 in mid-October and will bundle it with an unlimited data plan, Bloomberg reported on Friday. The carrier hopes its unlimited data plan offering will attract customers away from AT&T and Verizon Wireless, which both cap iPhone data packages. Sprint currently offers all-you-can eat data and voice plans and its Everything Data plan starts out at $69.99 per month with 450 peak minutes. “The advantage of unlimited is, it's cheaper for the big users,” Bank of Montreal analyst Peter Rhamey explained to Bloomberg, noting that unlimited plans are attractive because “people don't like bill shock.” Bloomberg's report is on a par with a recent Wall Street Journal article that also suggested Sprint will begin selling the iPhone 5 in October. In addition, BGR exclusively reported that Best Buy is anticipating selling a Sprint-branded iPhone 5 and that pre-orders should begin soon.
source:Boy Genius Report

All-hands day at T-Mobile likely doesn't signal iPhone 5 launch

An all-hands day has reportedly been called for nationwide T-Mobile stores on September 24th. As per a purported internal memo obtained by TmoNews, T-Mobile corporate has instructed managers to “plan for increased store business and maximum floor coverage on Saturday September 24.” Initial speculation suggested the memo may involve the iPhone 5, but that seems highly unlikely. First and foremost, some reports refer to the all-hands day as a meeting where employees may be preparing for an iPhone launch, however the memo instead refers to it as a high-volume day for T-Mobile retail stores. The launch of Apple's iPhone 5 would certainly pull in high volumes of foot traffic, of course, but it is not expected to be released until early to mid-October. Moreover, it's safe to say T-Mobile is expecting more than one single day of high-volume retail traffic if and when it launches the iPhone 5, and the handset will likely launch ahead of the weekend when it finally does hit store shelves. We're not sure what T-Mobile has in store for the 24th, but odds are definitely not in the fifth-generation iPhone's favor.
source:Boy Genius Report

Deutsche Telekom starts taking pre-orders for iPhone 5

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Rumors of the iPhone 5 launching in October are starting to get serious. Originally rumored for a September, it seems that October is looking more and more likely. Earlier today we reported that a Best Buy leak suggested a 21st of October release, and now it looks like Deutsche Telekom is also thinking along the same lines.

If you're living in Germany and you want to get your hands on the iPhone 5, the good news is that you can now pre-order the device from Deutsche Telekom. While it seems unlikely that Deutche Telekom knows something that the rest of the world doesn't, their reasoning behind taking pre-orders right now is to reduce the bottleneck and make the overall process smoother when the iPhone 5 does come out.

We're assuming that Deutsche Telekom has been subscribing to the same rumors and speculations that the rest of us have, although for all we know there is the off chance that they might know something we don't. Either way if you're in Germany and you dead set on getting the iPhone 5, you can start pre-ordering your device now, although as to when you can expect to get your hands on it remains to be seen!


Apple and SFPD cooperating to locate missing iPhone prototype

Remember the missing iPhone 5 prototype that supposedly went missing at a bar? Well, we received word that Apple investigators impersonated San Francisco police officers in their own effort to track down the missing prototype, which could be a serious crime if it was true. Well, hopefully all's well that ends well, with the SFPD having admitted to cooperating with Apple in order to find the still missing prototype.

The SFPD has gone even further by issuing an official statement regarding their involvement in the case, where half a dozen folks appeared at the doorstep of Bay Area resident Sergio Calderón. According to police department representatives, they did not know anything about the incident previously, and there was no police report filed. Below is an except of the official statement.

After speaking with Apple representatives, we were given information which helped us determine what occurred. It was discovered that Apple employees called Mission Police station directly, wanting assistance in tracking down a lost item. Apple had tracked the lost item to a house located in the 500 block of Anderson Street. Because the address was in the Ingleside Police district Apple employees were referred to Officers in the Ingleside district. Four SFPD Officers accompanied Apple employees to the Anderson street home. The two Apple employees met with the resident and then went into the house to look for the lost item. The Apple employees did not find the lost item and left the house.

The Apple employees did not want to make an official report of the lost item.


Protect Your iPhone 4 with an iFrogz Case

No matter how careful you are, you're going to drop your phone at some point.  If you tend to not be so careful, or you have a job or hobbies that pose a risk for your phone, you need a protective case.  The iPhone 4 Bullfrogz Case from iFrogz will protect your device from the disastrous effects of gravity.  The Bullfrogz case has a polycarbonate core for strength, and the ribbed silicone exterior improves your grip and offers impact resistance.  Buttons and connectors are covered to keep out dust.  The cases are available in black/green, orange/black, and silver/black for $34.99.

source:The Gadgeteer

Sprint installing cellular repeaters in Apple Stores for the iPhone 5?

With each week that goes by, we seem to have more and more reports about the iPhone 5 arriving on Sprint's network this time around. Last week there were reports about the prices increasing for the early termination fee and upgrade fee for Sprint, and now it has been reported that the carrier has started installing signal boosting equipment in Apple Stores around the country.

There have been many rumors about a Sprint iPhone previously, starting with a report from the Wall Street Journal that helped to fuel a lot of them. However, even Sprint employees were just told to keep quiet about these rumors previously, so the reports of Sprint signal boosters seem to suggest that the phone will finally be arriving on the CDMA network - all we need is an official announcement from Apple. It's going to be an interesting couple of months. Who's excited for a Sprint iPhone?


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