Americans have become accustomed to getting cheap smartphones by signing their souls away to a carrier for two years, but the times, they are a-changing -- and AT&T foresees a time when subsidies will no longer be so lucrative.
Apple's iPhone has had a tough go of it in Russia, where traditional carrier subsidies have been largely ignored in favor of prepaid handsets. Can Cupertino regroup and attack the problem from another direction?
I’m thinking of buying an iPod touch 32GB, but I was thinking that I might buy an iPhone 4S instead. I like the idea of having Siri and the better camera. Is it possible to use an iPhone as an iPod touch without a data contract?
AT&T loves the Apple faithful, after all. Since we're more than likely getting an iPhone refresher unit this summer (sooner than you think: June is only three weeks away!), AT&T is priming and prepping its upgrade eligibility conditions.