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AT&T and T-Mobile Withdraw Pending FCC Applications AT&T and T-Mobile Withdraw Pending FCC Applications(0)

Facing a proposed hearing for their FCC applications to assign or transfer control of licenses, AT&T and T-Mobile have withdrawn their pending applications.

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On Nov. 22, 2011, the Federal Communications Commission indicated a proposed order was circulating that would designate for hearing the applications of AT&T Inc. and Deutsche Telekom AG For Consent To Assign or Transfer Control of Licenses and Authorizations, WT Docket No. 11-65. On November 23, 2011, AT&T Inc. and Deutsche Telekom AG electronically withdrew without prejudice, as of that date, the pending applications listed in the Public Notice released by the Federal Communications Commission on April 28, 2011 in that proceeding. Associated manual notification of withdrawal filings also are being made.


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Talk of iPhone 5 Hurt Sales Talk of iPhone 5 Hurt Sales(0)

Apple’s earnings call began with new CEO Tim Cook offering homage to Steve Jobs. He went on to note it set new records, sold a fuckton of phones, tablets, and computers, and made a huge pile of money.

And yet it still got dinged for not selling enough iPhones.

Apple’s iPhone remains the phone ranked with the highest customer satisfaction. Its iPad is storming into the enterprise market. The iPhone 4S is its best selling iPhone ever. The Mac had its best quarter ever. It opened a ton of new stores. It’s Read More

iPhone 5 to have 8MP Camera, CDMA-GSM Qualcomm Chip iPhone 5 to have 8MP Camera, CDMA-GSM Qualcomm Chip(0)

FBR Capital Markets predicts the iPhone 5 will begin production in Q3 featuring an 8MP camera and a Qualcomm CDMA-GSM chip, according to PCWorld.

In a research note, FBR says they expect about about 20 million iPhones will be produced in the third quarter with the iPhone 5 accounting for about 8 million of those.

OmniVision is predicted to be the supplier of an 8 megapixel CMOS sensor with Sony being a possible backup supplier.
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Apple Switches to Samsung LCDs Beacuse of Light Leakage Apple Switches to Samsung LCDs Beacuse of Light Leakage(0)

After light leakage problems with the iPad 2 display, Apple reportedly shifted most of its purchases to Samsung from LG, according to DigiTimes.

LGD was forced to reduce its shipments in the first quarter due to light leakage problem for panels produced at its 6G production lines. The company reportedly has fixed the problem and will resume shipment momentum to Apple in the second quarter, said the sources.

Samsung shipped a total of 4 million 9.7-inch panels in the Q1 2011 compared to 3.2 million unites for LG. Read More

The Daily iPad App Loses $10 Million The Daily iPad App Loses $10 Million(0)

The Daily, an iPad news application from News Corp, lost $10 million last year despite reaching 800,000+ downloads, according to MediaMemo.

The numbers were divulged during News Corps’ earnings call.

Asked to comment on The Daily’s performance, Carey says it’s a work in progress, which lost $10 million last quarter. Then, in the background, someone–most likely CFO Dave DeVoe–mentions “800,000 downloads.”

News Corp. later confirmed the number is for downloads not subscriptions and is “in the ball park” but a bit low.

You can download The Daily from the App Store for free. Read More

Verizon Activates 2.2 Million iPhone 4s Verizon Activates 2.2 Million iPhone 4s(0)

Verizon today announced that it activated 2.2 million iPhone 4s in the first quarter of 2011.

Demand was strong for new LTE devices — as well as for Apple’s iPhone 4, which produced the most successful first-day sales in Verizon Wireless history when it was introduced in February to existing customers.

Its late February start doesn’t allow for a direct comparison with AT&T who recently reported the addition of 3.6 million iPhone subscribers in Q1.

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AT&T Adds 3.6 Million iPhone Customers AT&T Adds 3.6 Million iPhone Customers(0)

AT&T has announced that its Q1 iPhone activations increased nearly 1 million year over year to 3.6 million, with 23 percent of subscribers new to AT&T.

AT&T had another strong quarter of smartphone sales. (Smartphones are voice and data devices with an advanced operating system to better manage data and Internet access.) More than 5.5 million smartphones were sold in the first quarter, the third-highest quarter ever and an increase of more than 60 percent year over year. During the quarter, 3.6 million iPhones were activated. Approximately 65 percent of postpaid sales were smartphones.
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