Report: AT&T Losing iPhone Exclusivity on Wednesday



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Even IF AT&T loses it's exclusivity contract with the iPhone, that doesn't mean that it will not still be selling it, only that other companies MAY also carry it. This means T-Mobile at least, Verizon and Sprint are also highly unlikely maybes in this. It all depends on IF Apple has integrated a different chip in the next-gen iPhone to support other 3G/4G markets, including CDMA. If it's true that they're releasing a smaller version of the iPhone to accommodate those other markets, it's not likely to go over too well outside of the population with the tiny fingers that don't care that they can't read the screen while they are typing a message or filling in a form on a webpage...



An iPhone for Sprint, please (Sprint also runs on a CDMA network).

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