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    For the iPad they are selling? I dont know if they use the same charger for charging. Do they?

    Edit: My bad. I missread that. For some reason I was thinking Verizon.
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    I think apples next announcement will be iphone on every network.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IcerC View Post
    I think apples next announcement will be iphone on every network.
    That would be crazy lol. Imagine how many customers AT&T would lose...

    It would be great for us consumers though.
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    Just thinking out loud here... How about an iPhone4 on T-Mobile's "4G" network. That would be pretty nice!
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    I think T-Mobile ordered these branded cables from a cable supplier in anticipation of a T-Mobile iPhone and the fact that they showed up is a typical snafu that happens because most cheap accessories don't have release dates.
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    IMHO if apple were to even put the iphone4 on t-mobile, or even the 3gs, EVERYONE would want it. same goes for verizon. but I think that the transition wouldn't be as gradual.
    not to say that the iphone is better than any other phone, but consumers as a whole are stupid. they just want the shiniest thing on the market.
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    The Apple iPod, iPad and iPhone dock connector pinout is exactly the same for all three devices.
    Some folks have been able to get a T-Mobile SIM card working on the Pad 3G and there is much speculation that the iPad will be available on AT&T, Rogers, O2, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodaphone in the near future.
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    Ya know. As much as I love webOS and this community, if an iPhone comes to sprint I am switching. But I will keep my Palmpad...
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    None of the other possible reasons really make sense enough for them to order and stock T-Mobile branded iPhone/iPad connectors in their stores. You have to think that they are going to be carrying the iPhone soon.
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    I think, if anything, they will sell the iPad and not the iPhone like Verizon is doing right now. If the iPad uses the same connectors as the iPhone, this would be a reason for them to have it.
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    I don't see this as anything; you really think T-Mobile is next in line for Apple anything?


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    Maybe they have enough people using unlocked iphones on there network and tired of turning down money those customers are willing to pay when they walk in and ask for a cord. So instead of sending them on their way they got smart and had some made up with their name on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeisnowonfire View Post
    I don't see this as anything; you really think T-Mobile is next in line for Apple anything?
    Sure, why not? T-Mobile getting the iPhone would be a win for everyone.
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    Anyone savvy enough to unlock an iPhone and run it on T-Mobile - not that it takes much - probably has some idea where to get an iPhone cable and it's not a T-Mobile store.

    The packaging of of the cable - which T-Mobile presumably designed - makes no mention of the iPad.

    This is the kind of item that you commonly pick up when you are picking up an iPhone - an extra charge cable so that you can charge on your PC at work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by not-yet-pre View Post
    The Apple iPod, iPad and iPhone dock connector pinout is exactly the same for all three devices.
    Some folks have been able to get a T-Mobile SIM card working on the Pad 3G and there is much speculation that the iPad will be available on AT&T, Rogers, O2, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodaphone in the near future.
    in a press release, T-Mobile said they're only putting those cords in certain stores for world travelers, such as T-Mobilers from the UK.
    btw T-Mobile UK DOES sell the iPhone.
    and T-Mobile USA is ok with unlocked phones being on their network, they are after all GSM.
    this is all on the front page of BGR
    T-Mobile: iPhone cables are for unlocked handsets and phones roaming from Europe | BGR
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    It's not just cables; it's micro SIMs as well.

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