iPhone 5 Exclusive on Sprint Only?

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Eragon

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Good article. Can I wait to 1st quarter for LTE iPhone?


@BGR: Sprint guarantees to buy over $20 billion in iPhones from Apple, launching the iPhone 5.

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Eragon

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Dan Hesse is crazy. Sprint will be in the red until after 2014. He is betting on buying 30 million iPhones at 670 a piece.

@allthingsd: Sprint to "Bet the Company" on iPhone

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Lon

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That would explain why the event is being held at Apple's Campus. So their own security team can protect them when they are attacked by AT&T and Verizon customers. :eek:
 

|3are

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Whether this is true or not, I'm glad I got my white iPhone 4 without renewing my contract. If Sprint gets the iPhone 5 with WIMAX while AT&T and Verizon don't even get it until next year, I would very likely make the switch. I'll miss my rollover minutes, but who needs 'em when you have a $79.99 unlimited everything plan?
 

Sharunda

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Woo Hoo! That is a stupid stupid rumor. It would be a major betrayal if Apple did that. It makes no sense though. Apple is trying to be #1. That is not the way to do it.

All carriers who are getting the iPhone should have the iPhone 5 available to them and their customers.
 

Napoleon PhoneApart

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Whether this is true or not, I'm glad I got my white iPhone 4 without renewing my contract. If Sprint gets the iPhone 5 with WIMAX while AT&T and Verizon don't even get it until next year, I would very likely make the switch. I'll miss my rollover minutes, but who needs 'em when you have a $79.99 unlimited everything plan?
I love the simultaneous voice and data too much.