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Apple is currently testing iPhone 4 for T-Mobile

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Apr 2011 0:00 User comments (5)

Apple is currently testing iPhone 4 for T-Mobile BGR has posted a picture today of a white iPhone 4 prototype being tested with T-Mobile's 3G bands.
The site speculates that it may be an iPhone 4S developer prototype.

Those "4S" were given out to certain developers to test out new software on an iPhone with a dual-core A5 processor, which is expected to be added to the upcoming iPhone 5.

AT&T has proposed buying T-Mobile for $39 billion, but that deal is expected to take over one year to close, if it even does get through anti-trust regulators.

If the deal does go through, Apple would have little use for a T-Mobile 3G, but there may be many willing buyers if the phone is released soon.

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5 user comments

125.4.2011 5:56

LoL...the spammers have associated the iPhone with a bunch of toxic chemicals!



225.4.2011 10:37
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iphone will do fine with t-mobile.

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This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 25 Apr 2011 @ 14:20

325.4.2011 10:56

I mean the iphone can be a good phone but by now when were about to enter summer...who would want a 2 year contract for a phone that's not dual core or has 4g capabilities. Granted since this would be the white iphone's debut, and I'm sure apple will make a profit. But still there's much more powerful phones coming to T-mobile.


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425.4.2011 11:04

Don't see why Apple would release a T-Mobile iPhone at this point unless they know that the AT&T merger isn't going through or AT&T plans to allow T-Mobile to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary.

But if it does somehow get released, I will gladly buy it. Be nice to have an iPhone with T-Mobile's data speeds and plans.

525.4.2011 12:07

Is AT&T o2 in the UK??




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