Tag Archives: iPhone 5

How To Enable LTE On Your Jailbroken iPhone 5 Right Now

With T-Mobile’s LTE market already live in seven cities and plenty of factory unlocked or AT&T unlocked iPhone 5s already in the wild, enabling LTE is as easy as being jailbroken. If you aren’t jailbroken on your iPhone 5, not to worry as an official method for supporting LTE should come from T-Mobile or Apple very soon. A quick reminder that these steps will not work with iPhone 5 models unlocked … [read full article]

Analyst Calls T-Mobile iPhone Launch A “Big Deal” For Apple

Here’s a shocking piece of analyst material for as “analyst” Shaw Wu of Sterne Agree calls for T-Mobile’s iPhone to make a “big deal” impact on Apple’s smartphone sales. In fact, Wu believes that the iPhone on T-Mobile will have a greater impact on the market than most would believe: “While T-Mobile USA has lost customers, its core customer base remains loyal to its lower cost and unlimited data plans,” he said. … [read full article]

Hands On With The T-Mobile Galaxy S 4, And Some More Time With The iPhone 5

I’ve already spent plenty of time with the Galaxy S 4, but it wasn’t until yesterday afternoon that our friends at PhoneDog got a chance to play with a T-Mobile branded Galaxy S 4. The T-Mobile/Samsung (not sure who was handling the device) rep showing off the flagship smartphone made sure to mention “pre-production” hardware and software as the reasoning behind no speed … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Big Day: UNcarrier, Simple Choice And Roundup Of News

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Wow, what a day, what a day. Aside from today easily being the best day of traffic in TmoNews’ history and the day that T-Mobile’s CEO calls me out on stage — today marks a historic shift in the US wireless industry. With that in mind, there’s plenty to catch up on. So here’s a list of all of today’s UNcarrier and Simple Choice news for your reading enjoyment: Liveblog: T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

Apple Modifying iPhone 5 For T-Mobile Bands, Existing Devices Won’t Have AWS Support

  Apple has confirmed that it will sell a new version of the A1428 iPhone 5 model to support additional AWS bands for T-Mobile. Unfortunately, that means existing iPhone 5 users will not gain AWS support (on the 1700 band) via any kind of software update. Ultimately, that means that existing iPhone 5 devices won’t support the highest speeds on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network, and will be phased out for the new A1428 model. Said … [read full article]