Does it make sense to any of you that Apple says that it wants to wait to roll out LTE iPhones since "the network just isn't there yet", when they adopt Thunderbolt, a seeming amazing technology, that I don't even need a full hand of fingers to count how many peripherals there are that support it... It's pretty hippocritical that Apple won't support a new technology like LTE because it's "not ready", but they will support Thunderbolt, which is ready, but can't be used with ANYTHING since there are no products that support it. If anything, I think LTE is more ready than thunderbolt at this point. A larger majority of larger cities are getting LTE everyday and it still works with 3G in the mean time. I know there's the issue with the QualComm chipset, but hell, I really don't think anyone would mind waiting another month or so for the full release. And as for the people who say "Apple isn't just gonna throw a new chip in there and send it into production without major testing", well i tell you this. Apple is the 6th largest company in terms of revenue. If you mean to tell me that they can't get some sample testing chips to test you are crazy. It's just starting to irritate me a little how Apple is so hippocritical in terms of new tech, when they are so happy to call themselves pioneers.