The secret is out!!

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by iLauren, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. sulpfiction macrumors 68030

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    Well I definitely trust Orange on this one and since France got the iPhone 4 on the same release day as the USA, UK etc. last year I think it'll be the same this year. :)

    Can't wait for Google/Samsung to fully announce the Nexus Prime next month too, it's going to be a hard choice which one to go for. :D
     
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    source?
     
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    Kind of questionable with the source. If American carriers don't even know the date why would a European one know?
     
  7. batting1000 macrumors 604

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    Just because American carriers know doesn't mean they have to say anything.
     
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    March 20th 2012 for me ... I've got the 4, so I can wait.
     
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    You do realise Orange are the 6th biggest mobile network? They have a huge market all over Europe and even Africa. If anything it would be stupid if they didn't know as unlike most US networks, Orange have to provide the iPhone to plenty more countries and maybe even more iPhones as a whole than US networks.
     
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    The daily fail strikes again
     
  11. Spectrum Abuser macrumors 65816

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    Apple is a U.S corporation. So I'd imagine it would tell the nationwide carriers before the rest. Of course maybe they already know and just don't let a single card slip from their chests.
     
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    AT&T Verison or whatever US carrier is rolling out LTE but what about Europe? what carrier is rolling that out? It's a big chunk or apple revenue, so will the iPhone have that? or is LTE the same as 4g? thinking globally is where it is? A lot of Europe and the US is in a recession but Asia is not experiencing the same as they are manufacturing. Apple progress and sometimes people should take there blinkers off.
    This is just my opinion, not that Orange
    Know more as they don't, but AT&T don't either.
     
  13. Spectrum Abuser macrumors 65816

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    AT&T and Verizon are both rolling out LTE.
     
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    I agree but what about Europe and Australia, parts of Aisa? Sorry if you prove me wrong, and I will apologise, there are so many posts on here about The US and god bless you all but they grate when they are not thinking about other carriers in other parts of the world. Right I'm off for a while to play with my son.
     
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    So why are you even on MacRUMORS. Most of articles posted on this site are RUMORS. Apple announces things officially only a handful of times a year.
     
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    Now all we need is just a few pictures of the device and we'll be set :cool:
     
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    The Daily Fail never cease to amaze. :D
     
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    As I have a very slim knowledge in carriers existing outside the United States I can't give you a defiant answer. I would of thought, from my knowledge with Vodapone, that their close ties with Verizon wireless would give them an edge at implementing LTE in the UK.
     
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    Let's go blurry cam! (although I'm sure we'd all prefer crisp pictures of it)
     
  22. tomtom101, Sep 17, 2011
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    In ireland they still have to switch off analogue TV to free up the airwaves (or something) for 4G LTE... The Digital switch over is for sometime in 2012, so LTE in 2013 at earliest - for a small country were pretty behind in some (most) of this stuff!

    And in relation to Vodafone, they're normally one of the last to pick up on new technology!! I still don't trust them for 3G coverage!!
     
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    In that case I'm interested in how this will all play out.
     

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