It wasn't all that long ago that Apple introduced the eSIM feature in the iPhone. And while that makes it easy for iPhone owners to have a second phone number on their device, it also makes it easy for networks to try out some interesting features, too. T-Mobile, for instance, is making it easy to test drive its network for potential subscribers.
Last year, Apple introduced the iPhone 12 lineup. At the same time, the company also confirmed the handsets would feature 5G connectivity for faster cellular service. They did that alongside Verizon, with the carrier touting its network coverage and speeds. What they did not do, though, is tell folks that keeping 5G on would noticeably impact battery life on your new phone.
Apple has begun highlighting the various promotional trade-in deals for the latest iPhone from major United States carriers in a new webpage on its website and banner.
T-Mobile is known for shaking things up when it comes to wireless carriers. And today it looks like the magenta network is doing it yet again as it unveils a brand new plan for interested customers.
3G hasn't been the standard network option for years now, and Verizon itself hasn't been activating 3G phones for quite some time. But that doesn't mean the company is ready to shut down its 3G network just yet.
Earlier today, Apple announced the brand new iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12. We've put together a quick rundown of what to expect, hardware wise, with the two new handsets.
Apple's efforts in education haven't always gone as planned, but that hasn't stopped the company from trying. And now it's getting a big push in the right direction in the state of California.
T-Mobile Tuesdays is a way that the Un-carrier offers various promotions for current subscribers, usually things like a free pizza, discounts on products, and more. But it also offers promotions like a whole year's worth of MLB.tv, and this year's deal is even sweeter for sports fans.
After quite a long time trying, T-Mobile and Sprint finally completed their merger earlier this year. It's all been surface-level changes since then, but the more sweeping changes will start rolling out later this summer.
It has been a long time coming, with a lot of starts and stops, but it's finally happened: T-Mobile and Sprint have completed their planned merger.
For T-Mobile customers that would like to use Apple Pay, Apple's mobile payment option, to pay their bill, the wait is finally over.
The ongoing story of the major wireless carriers in the United States sharing user location data has one more chapter: potential major fines.