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  • greekmonster101 greekmonster101 Oct 8, 2009 9:16 PM Flag

    iPhone

     

    ....we are likely to see a wimax iphone...here's why....

    ....no way does apple sit waiting for AT&T for a year while google and others have 4G capable phones....thus giving customers pause about maybe trying that android, blackberry or htc hero etc.....just no way apple allows a competitor to advance let's say a "new video conferencing phone on superfast 4G".....while apple sits and waits? no....

    ....and apple wants in to the business market...why not come out with a special business phone for 4G, hell, even call it something else besides iphone....that has more resonance with business users....go after that blackberry market with a new device that mirrors the new capability of 4G....why wouldn't they do this?

    .....plus regulation/political/anti-trust concerns might potentially be addressed with releasing an iphone to another carrier...

    ...in the final analysis 4G is going to provide a whole slew of new capabilities that if a device manufacturer can't offer it.....quite simply a large number of customers are going to find a phone that will.....

    ....btw, one merger you never hear about is T or VZ plus S....it's assumed anti-trust issues would prevent it.......thinking outside the box for a moment......and given the potential deleterious effects of price wars and/or net neutrality.....is the position of T or VZ that stong....is it actually anti-competitive.....and are the driving forces of competition VZ and T or are they GOOG and AAPL.....?

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