I recall in the Samsung Unpacked event, it was mentioned that the new Dialer app had tighter integration with Google Voice. It would be awesome if that integration was as a result of Verizon integrating with Google Voice as Sprint does. Any thoughts/ideas?
Is it growing pains due to the influx of new Sprint subscribers? Server issues? iPhone limitations? Deliberate on the part of Sprint? Can it be fixed and when? Currently getting 150-200 k down, which is significantly less than I was getting on my old AT&T 3GS.
So I waited to get an EVO last year until September bc I was hearing rumors about a sprint iPhone coming in December/ January but I was tired with my old phone so I pulled the trigger on the EVO. I wanted to upgrade to the 4s but I don't have an upgrade available until July 2012. Anyone been able to talk their way into an upgrade with sprint or should I cancel my line and open a new one so that I can get an iPhone? Thanks!
Engadget reports that Sprint will start to release LTE devices as of mid-2012:
Given that they are now getting the iPhone, they have a good partnership with Android going, and they are the only carrier to still have unlimited data plans for their phones, will this entice more people to switch?
I would think the addition of the 3rd largest carrier in the US would be a bigger deal to announce than just an afterthought. It didn't even merit the Sprint logo on a slide! Is this because Apple simply didn't want to piss off the big 2?
Also, how is it like 8 hours after the event and still not even an iPhone mention on Sprint's site either?
The only big feature with AT&T is the ability to have a call and do other tasks on the iPhone at the same time; will Sprint iPhones be able to do this?
I'm thinking of getting Sprint version iPhone 4S. I want to know if I can use it as hot spot, if yes will the phone has built in software or do I need to jailbreak it?