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A new Apple job posting suggests that the company may be planning to offer a version of the iPhone on Sprint. Stop it, AT&T reports on a new job posting for a Carrier Engineer based in Kansas City, MO, who would be part of a team “that supports taking products through technical approval at the carriers.” As noted in the report, Sprint’s headquarters in in Overland Park, KS, a suburb of Kansas City. Interestingly, the posting in question has since been changed to list Cupertino as the job location; it is possible, although unlikely, that Kansas City was listed by mistake. [via Mac Rumors]

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1

*wishes so, so, SOOOOOO hard for this to come to fruition so I can ditch my EVO and snag an iPhone…*

Posted by Daniel S. on May 17, 2011 at 4:29 PM (PDT)

2

Uh, just DO IT STEVE JOBS!!!! I am so bummed to have a great carrier with crappy devices.  Why does it have to be such a big dea?  I want a dang iPhone and I dont want to leave Sprint.  Handle it, please.

For the record, the EVO phone is just pathetic. Its junk.

Posted by Mark on May 18, 2011 at 8:08 PM (PDT)

3

While I’m glad to see that Sprint could get the iPhone, count me in as a customer that doesn’t care anymore. I have a Blackberry that fulfills my voice and data needs for the most part and an iPod touch for the rest. I do wonder how a Sprint iPhone would handle data since I have found that 3G data is slow to nonexistent in places.

Posted by hoshieBIOTpod in Havelock, NC USA on May 19, 2011 at 11:01 AM (PDT)

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