T-Mobile And Apple Agreement Signed, New Products Coming In 2013

T-Mobile logoIt was at the end of last month when we brought you word from an analyst who claims that T-Mobile might just carry some Apple devices sometime next year, and you could say that in a matter of less than a week, such rumors have been confirmed as fact. Carrier T-Mobile and Apple have signed an agreement, with the former launching products from the latter at the beginning of next year onward. Neither Apple nor T-Mobile have stepped forward to provide additional details on just the kind of Apple devices which T-Mobile will carry, but do you think that the launch’s timing will, in all probability, correspond with the fourth-largest carrier’s LTE launch next year? Only time will tell, but at least now you know that T-Mobile and Apple are in the cahoots together, and perhaps only nothing but good will come out of it. More choices to the consumer, anyways, if you want to look at it from a different angle.

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