AT&T IPhone Exclusivity End Rumored To Be Announced Wednesday

Posted: Jan 25 2010, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 8:03am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

 
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Besides the Apple Tablet, there are also rumors that say Apple is unveiling new things about the iPhone for 2010 on Wednesday, January 27th.
Hothardware published a report over the weekend that an inside source at AT&T led them to believe that AT&T will lose the iPhone exclusivity in the United States on Wednesday.

The report suggests that AT&T is actually glad to lose the exclusivity, because they are sick of getting blamed by iPhone users for the network issues.
Whatever the reason for AT&T losing exclusivity, it is about time. In general exclusive carrier deals are holding the Apple iPhone back.
In the UK the iPhone is now available from several carriers. This is how it needs to be in the United States also.
In another rumor, Apple is supposed to announce an iPhone 4G for Verizon Wireless on Wednesday.
More iPhone 2010 rumors.

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