It's shame how we say all of the negative things about Apple and AT&T. Now even Verizon. Those who had a problem with AT&T, in the beginning, unlocked, and switched to T-Mobile. Nay sayers said, "even though you're using T-Mobile, you still don't get the AT&T data quality." That shouldn't have had anything to do with what carrier they preferred. You had the Verizon folks saying, "Verizon is the number 1 carrier in the USA, because they cover more users. Their 3G is much better." Verizon is CDMA and for those us, including myself, who have owned an iPhone since the launch day, '07 model, refuse to hang up the phone, just to surf the net, if not in WI-FI. Verizon got their wish and received the iPhone earlier this year. Everyone on Sprint's network, hated that they were left out. Immediately, the Sprint rumors started. Meanwhile, T-Mobile and AT&T sign an agreement to merge(AT&T buys T-Mobile USA). "Is Apple going to make an iPhone available for all of the carriers?' 'It would only be far, since they're already doing it in Europe." Yesterday, it was announced that Sprint is now getting the iPhone 5, along with AT&T and Verizon, in mid October. MR was full of Sprinters, proclaiming to jump on the iPhone bandwagon. AT&Ters and Big Reddies, claiming to jump bail, because Sprint has the only unlimited data plan, as well as, the lowest voice and messaging plans. Today, it's rumored that T-mobile, is also included in the mix. I have never been with Verizon, T-Mobile, nor Sprint, but I was with Nextel(when they were purchased by Sprint). Sprint, at the time, had horrible customer service. Their merger with Nextel, sucked something terrible. Until that buyout, I always had dual carriers, just in order for me to always have service. I've been with AT&T through a many of their name changes. Cellular One, AT&T Wireless, South Western Bell Wireless, Cingular Wireless, and now back to AT&T Wireless. I can honestly say, I have never regretted having them as a carrier. I know I'm one in fifty million, but I've never had an issue, and I'm not easy to deal with. I know a lot of followers with an Android device. The argument for Android being better than iOS, is, more than one manufacturer make an Android device: true. Faster proccessors: for the momnet. Open sourced: true dat. Fully customizable: true. My argument for iOS being better than any Android device ever thought of, is the exact same. More does not make it better: true. More devices bring together great framentation:true. Faster proccessors are always in the lastest device created and sold. It's the technology way of life. Open source, brings many unwanted pests. True it is. How many viruses are Android associated? How many for iOS? If an iPhone user wants a fully customized UI, they only need to jailbreak the device. Same as an Android device rooted. It is believed that geeks want Android and the Elitist want iPhone. Not even close to true. I know geeks(myself included), with a iPhone. I'm also an elitist(without anything Android), but know there some out there with an Android device. I have always believed that, any one with the money, will purchase whatever they damn well pleased. I can afford Apple's premium priced products, therefore I have converted my family's entire lifestyle to their brands. Starting with the 2nd Gen. iPod through each iPhone(launch day, each yaer), iPad 2, MBP 13" '11, iMac 21.5" '11. iOS and OS X fit me just right. Now, i do own a windows device. I have a Toshiba Sattelite, stock with vista, that I refuse to relinquish, and a Lenova Think Pad that ain't going anywhere either. I'm not bragging about my life, I'm just letting everyone know that, "we is what we is." When it comes to cellular, these days, North America is always later than Europe, as far as carriers with the same device(s). Everyone with an Android, only because their carrier never had the iPhone, will now drop them for an iPhone. If they say they won't, they're either lying or they're broke. Too many bought the Android just to spite Apple for going with AT&T first as an exclusive US carriier. I, for one, am extremely excited for both Sprint and T-Mobile, for the opportunity to enjoy the Apple sales experience. Competition is good for all consumers. But only if there is a fair shake for all of us. Pricing wars will be great, but the carriers don't have to engage in one, because they know that the entire world is wanting an iPhone. This year, next year, and for many more to come. Just look at it this way. iPhone sales are higher at AT&T than Android. That's why their always late to get Android devices on the shelves. Verizon Android sales are shrinking, now that they carry the iPhone. The trend will continue with Sprint and T-Mobile. It's an obvious thing coming soon to your neck of the hood. I don't have a problem with any one who disagrees with what I'm saying. What we as humans need to do, is, learn how to disagree without being disagreeable, as well as hateful. I alway read where someone is calling someone else a fanboi. Well, I am a fanboi. A fanboi of technology and technology only. I just prefer to use what works and Apple devices just work. Are Apple devices perfect? By no means, nothing is. The ecosystem is by far unmatched though. So, I'll just stick with what I know works. Oh, by the way. Do not ask for sources, this is not fact check. This Mac Rumors. Live with it. Truth or not.