Wall Street Journal hints towards end of AT&T exclusivity

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  1. ngenerator macrumors 68000

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    Sorry, bad phrasing. However, the second link I believe is the most concrete.
     
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    You definitely need to change your title. Nothing was confirmed here by these "people."
     
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    And, before you even ask: On your first post, click Edit>Go Advanced>Title
     
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    The only thing that you confirmed was that you didn't read the article, thanks for nothing
     
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    Sorry if my title was too blatent, but seriously, some of you people need to relax. Geesis.
     
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    Also, these articles were concrete enough for Slate magazine (run by the Washington Post) to put "Apple to Unveil Non-AT&T iPhones" as their article header, but not good enough for the esteemed forum communities. http://slatest.slate.com/id/2249277/?v=1#2
     
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    I wont get excited until its actually out there.
     
  9. Mischka07 macrumors regular

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    Should this rumor come true in June, will there be a giant suction sound in AT&T's network, as folks leave for Verizon? If so, will that improve voice and data performance for those still with AT&T?

    Let's do without the "my reception is fine" comments. Yes, many people do have good reception, but the folks in areas of high population, i.e. San Francisco and New York, have historically had poor 3G reception.
     
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    You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile.

    Besides, the Washington Post is part of that liberal media we all hear about. They can't be trusted. :)
     

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