After a long wait, T-Mobile will finally start selling the iPhone 5 this Friday. To sweeten the pot for people (and to encourage people joining up with Magenta), T-Mobile will be accepting old iPhone 4 and 4S phones for the price of a brand new iPhone 5. That is, if you trade in an iPhone 4 or 4S to T-Mobile, you…
T-Mobile just announced its very own iPhone 5 and no-contract plans. One of the little subplots was that this would be the first iPhone to support HD Voice. We just went ears-on with to see if it's a difference you can actually hear.
T-Mobile has the iPhone now. It's only a hundred bucks! There's no contract! Unlimited everything! But before you get too excited about the prospect of jumping ship for forgotten carrier, let's take a look at how exactly that its iPhone 5 data plans compare to the other big dogs.
The day that
Verizon T-Mobile gets the iPhone will be remembered as glorious by everybody who's dropped 12 calls in a row, been taunted by meaningless signal bars stared lecherously at all their friends' nubile iPhones and just plain had a miserable AT&T T-Mobile Sidekick experience. But they shouldn't buy one.
We knew it was coming sometime this year, and yesterday we heard murmurs that "sometime" could be today, and at last, it is. T-Mobile has an iPhone 5. Yes, it's the same iPhone 5 that was announced five months ago, but maybe (just maybe) it's better.
In order to use the iPhone 4 on T-Mobile you have to jailbreak it, unlock it and then annoyingly cut your fatty SIM into a Micro SIM. Annoying! T-Mobile is making it a little easier by giving Micro SIMs to their customers.
Cult of Mac is reporting that according to a "highly placed source" within the company, T-Mobile is in the "advanced stage" of talks with Apple regarding a certain gadget. Yes, that means a T-Mobile iPhone could be in our future.