Tag Archives: iPhone 5

T-Mobile Continues To Prepare For “iPhone 5″ Response

The unfortunate T-Mobile iPhone news continues to roll in and let us know that it remains unlikely T-Mobile will be unveiled as an official iPhone partner later this month when Apple announces it’s next-generation iPhone. Along with preparing retail employees for “selling against the iPhone,” we’ve just received the above image which shows that T-Mobile is preparing their “iPhone Response — Phase 2″ for September 21st through October 1st. Unfortunately, we have … [read full article]

T-Mobile Clarifies Statements Regarding Future iPhone Chipsets

T-Mobile issued a statement today clarifying comments made by T-Mobile Chief Technology Officer, Neville Ray regarding the evolution of chipsets in the iPhone. Ray was previously quoted during an interview at CES as saying, “The next chipset will support AWS. The challenge that existed in the past will go away.” His comments led many, including us, to believe that the next version of the iPhone, rumored to be the iPhone 5 … [read full article]

T-Mobile Prepares In-Store Approach To Combat iPhone Release

T-Mobile is ramping up their “attack the iPhone” mode before tomorrows expected iPhone 5 announcement. T-Mobile believes that customers who come into their retail stores will be wiling to have:  “…engage in informative conversations with our customers. These conversations will include many details about T-Mobile Android phones and why our quality 4G nationwide network is a smarter choice for many customers. Use every opportunity to engage the customer, ask lifestyle questions and … [read full article]

Will Cincinnati Bell Get The Next iPhone Before T-Mobile?

Tomorrow afternoon will finally provide answers to all our “iPhone 4S/5″ questions especially the one surrounding the appearance of a T-Mobile iPhone. Almost every sign points to the T-Mobile iPhone being a no-show, there is at least one story that is causing T-Mobile customers, including yours truly some concern. The weekend leak comes courtesy of a Cincinnati Bell customer discovering a pair of placeholder entries for the upcoming iPhone 4S … [read full article]

Did T-Mobile CMO Confirm No iPhone 5 For Magenta This Year?

Update: As a number of you are pointing out, we could read a lot into the “this year” portion of the statement. Does that mean an iPhone 4/4S is coming to T-Mobile this year or is a deal in place for T-Mobile to launch an iPhone in 2012? There is a lot of ways to interpret his statement but one thing seems certain, no iPhone 5 for T-Mobile anytime before midnight on December … [read full article]

(Updated) Will T-Mobile Be The Only Big Four Carrier Without The iPhone?

Update: Apple fan site MacTrast has just posted their own rumored information regarding the arrival of the iPhone 5 on T-Mobile according to their own source. So there you go, maybe it will happen after all.  Further elaborating on the matter, the informant suggested that T-Mobile USA expects the iPhone 5 to launch sometime in early to mid October, whichcorresponds nicely with current speculation. He also expects the iPhone 5 … [read full article]

Yet Another Analyst Predicts T-Mobile iPhone Later This Year

If I had a dollar every time an analyst predicted a T-Mobile iPhone arriving later this year I wouldn’t be paying for my honeymoon out of pocket. Instead I’d be flying a private jet around the world. Yet here we are with yet another analyst predicting a T-Mobile iPhone arrival sometime in 2011. This time the honor belongs to Piper Jaffray analyst Chris Larsen who says: “While we remain uncertain regarding … [read full article]

Analyst Says Next iPhone Will Be Called iPhone “4S,” Coming To T-Mobile

It’s been a little over three weeks since our lastiPhone coming to T-Mobile” post so we’re overdue for some rumors news. According to Jefferies Analyst Peter Misek,  the next iPhone will be called the iPhone “4S” and not iPhone 5. Whatever the name is the next iPhone will “include minor cosmetic changes, better cameras, A5 dual-core processor and HSPA+ support.” Misek goes on to say that Apple had hoped to … [read full article]