Spring has jumped onto the 5G bandwagon by launching its own 5G network, with customers in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and Kansas City all on the initial launch lineup of locations.
Apple is reportedly limiting LTE speeds on iPhone 7 model with Qualcomm modem to match speeds of Intel modem model. Here's why.
History has shown us that Best Buy is never shy when it comes to providing their customers with a bargain, and it seems that they are at it again with an offer aimed directly at students. The deal, offered in conjunction with the American Sprint network, will see students offered a full year's worth of free service when they purchase a qualifying smartphone from the Best Buy range.
The international version of the Galaxy S III was rooted a few weeks ago and now, just days after release, all US variants of the Galaxy S III – for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile – have been rooted and we’ve got root guides for all three smartphones ready right after the jump.
A photo of Radio Shack’s internal inventory system has emerged today which shows a Sprint iPhone 5 listed which suggests exactly what you think.
According to reports surfacing from 9to5mac, Apple could be preparing to launch an iPad specific to Sprint. With the mobile carrier already confirmed to be bringing the iPhone to its line-up come October, it is believed a Sprint iPad will join the party shortly thereafter.
Unless you haven't watched TV or haven't used the Internet in the last few months, you're probably looking forward to the iPhone 5, which is expected to be announced any day now. According to several previous reports, the next-generation iPhone will find its way to all major four US carriers, including Sprint. In order to lure customers into the network, it's now being reported that Sprint will provide an unlimited data plan.
Just last week, the United States Department of Justice moved to stop the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile. Sprint, another competitor in the United States carrier space, has is also suing to stop the merger between the two companies.
If you're a regular reader of this site, or have been following iPhone news for the last few months, it shouldn't be a surprise to you that Apple is getting ready to release a new iPhone. We also learned last week that Sprint might actually start carrying the iPhone for the first time ever beginning in October, but if you ask a Sprint store clerk that question, you might get a very different answer.
It seems as though Apple is declaring all-out war in a bid to grab a majority share of the smartphone market. As the Wall Street Journal reports, the Cupertino outfit will also launch the upcoming iPhone 5 on Sprint Nextel in October.