We pretty much know that Sprint will be getting the new iPhone 5 when it is announced later this month, and goes on sale at the start of October, due to all the information we have seen over the last few weeks.
Now more evidence has been revealed which all but confirms that Sprint will be getting the new iPhone 5, and the details come from the lawsuit Sprint is has filed against the proposed AT&T and T-Mobile merger.
The lawsuit says that ‘In early 2011, Apple then gave Verizon a time-to0market advantage for the iPhone, most likely because Verizon had the largest subscriber base in the United States. Sprint has had to compete without access to the iPhone for nearly five years.’
The statement gives the impression that whilst Sprint hasn’t had the iPhone for the past five years, it will be getting the new version shortly.
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