T-Mobile USA has been aggressively calling their HSPA+ technology "4G" when in reality, it is not a true 4G technology. Is this the reason Apple won't give them the iPhone 5? The iPhone 5 is alleged to be an HSPA+ device, and if T-Mobile USA gets it, they would likely advertise it as running on their "4G" network. Apple probably does not want people to think that the HSPA+ iPhone 5 is a 4G device. I mean, Apple will likely include LTE in 2012's iPhone 6. Perhaps at that point, Apple will want carriers to use the term "4G" in describing the iPhone 6 as a 4G device. Maybe Apple is concerned that if carriers call this year's iPhone 5 a "4G" device, it will confuse customers when the LTE iPhone 6 comes out, and also the LTE iPhone 6 won't make that much of a splash upon its introduction. A large percentage of iPhone 4 users have very little knowledge about their device. Some statistics have shown that a large percentage of iPhone 4 users never sync their phones, and also mistakenly believe that their iPhone 4 is a 4G device. Apple probably knows that a large percentage of iPhone 4 users are not too tech savvy, and therefore Apple would likely be highly against their HSPA+ iPhone 5 being referred to as a "4G" device. What do you folks think?