Carrier EE Onstage Apple Announcement (UK)?

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  1. AaronG123 macrumors regular

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    The UK network EE’s CEO Marc Allera is attending the Apple Event today and twitting quite a bit; EE have always been a ‘pro’ Apple supporting network.

    One of the first to support new technologies.

    I may be completely wrong about this; but have a feeling EE will have a slot onstage when they talk about new iPhone mobile technologies. Either that or at least be featured as a ‘first’ supporting carrier.

    It’s not unusual for Apple to partner with a 1 or 2 carriers to kick off new mobile tech. EE have been very vocal about CAT 12 as recently as yesterday also.
     
  2. Azzin macrumors 601

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    I think they were (by a year?) the first network to offer 4G in the U.K.
     
  3. AaronG123 thread starter macrumors regular

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    @Azzin Your right - and looks like EE are going to be first for something else too; I was right ;)! Take a look -
     

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  4. ssrij Suspended

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    Most likely Gigabit LTE, iPhone X is rumoured to support it.
     
  5. denisbarbov macrumors member

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    Just as I was wondering which carrier to sign with when I move to the U.K. next week.

    Now I've made my choice.
     
  6. Azzin macrumors 601

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    Exclusive 4G for watch.
     
  7. slears macrumors member

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    Reportedly only an extra fiver per month too for 4G when added to a contract...
     
  8. AaronG123 thread starter macrumors regular

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    Doesn’t seem like much; but when I’m paying £2 for my entire monthly contract... that’s expensive for a small amount of Watch data lol
     

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