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Hacked AT&T carrier update claims to enable HD voice (wideband audio) on iPhone ahead of official rollout

October 24, 2016

AT&T already announced plans to turn on HD Voice, aka, wideband audio support, later this year through a carrier update for iPhone users in the US. Today, iTweakiOS announced an update for one of its hacked carrier profiles that it claims will allow AT&T users to access HD Voice, as well as the recently announced […]

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Get the most money for your iPhone before trade-in values plummet ahead of Sept. 10 event

October 24, 2016

Update: Gazelle has announced an extended 50-day price lock window. That will give you until October 15th to send your iPhone in, but you’ll have to lock in your price before Apple’s September 10th event to take advantage. With the unveiling of a next-generation iPhone expected on September 10th, it’s once again time to start thinking about trade-in […]

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Opinion: As Siri makes it out of beta, is it time to give it another chance?

October 24, 2016

Poor old Siri doesn’t seem to get much love from many users. When I recently mentioned it as the reason I upgraded from the iPhone 4 to the 4S, quite a few disparaging comments were made about the service. Our finding this weekend that Apple now considers Siri good enough to lose the beta tag caused […]

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Why iPhone longevity means iOS carrier activation share doesn’t resemble sales

October 24, 2016

There was a lot of confusion yesterday when Verizon’s results were discussed, with more than one commentator confusing activations and sales. For the record, what Verizon announced was that 51 percent of its activations were iPhone, not 51 percent of its phone sales. If you doubt the importance of this distinction, I have one word […]

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FreedomPop expanding free wireless plan to all Sprint smartphones, iPhones included

October 24, 2016

FreedomPop, the wireless service provider offering free and cheap no-contract plans on Sprint’s network, today announced it’s now allowing customers to bring their old Sprint phones to activate on its $0/month wireless plans. We’ve confirmed with the company that will also soon include iPhones. The company has been around since 2011 with various hotspot products […]

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