Joseph Brown, the developer of hacked carrier updates for AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint (which was released last night) that increase data speeds, has published a detailed report, which claims that Apple is throttling data speeds on the iPhone and iPad for carriers.
T-Mobile USA, the fourth largest carrier in the U.S finally started offering Apple’s iPhone on April 12th.
As you probably know, customers could either pay the full price ($579.99/$679.99/$779.99) for the 16GB/32GB/64GB iPhone 5 up front or they can pay $99.99/$199.99/$299.99 up front plus $20 monthly instalments for 24 months.
T-Mobile has just started airing a new iPhone 5 commercial titled “Mousetraps,” which not surprisingly takes a dig at rival carriers for making customers sign a two-year contract (mousetrap) for a subsidized iPhone (the cheese).
Last week, T-Mobile had kicked off the launch of Apple’s iPhone on its network with the first iPhone 5 TV ad.
T-Mobile, the fourth largest carrier in the U.S. officially launched Apple’s iPhone on its network today, almost six years after it was launched.
A few days back we’d told you that T-Mobile would be enabling LTE and Visual Voicemail on existing unlocked iPhone 5 units by rolling out an Over-the-air carrier update. The carrier has now starting rolling out the update to unlocked iPhones running on its network.
As expected, T-Mobile has started accepting pre-orders for iPhone 5 on its online stores ahead of the launch on April 12th.
T-Mobile had announced plans to finally start offering Apple’s iPhone on its network on March 26th. It was the only carrier among the top four carriers in the U.S. to not offer Apple’s iPhone.