1. #16Sep 17, 2017
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2017
    These in the new gold are not on display yet. Sorry. For the misinformation.

    That will be on display this coming Friday.
  2. First of all, thank you for starting this thread!

    My phone died and I am using a very old school phone and extremely impatient! But I am so curious if most of you are going to go for the 8plus or the x? Maybe the x is better but it is going to be an even longer wait!

    I personally am going to miss the gold color in that x!
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  3. Oh in the US? They still have them on display here in Canada. I guess I better decide fast.
  4. Yes, I'm in the US. I'm sure that there are some left the the stores but I'm not sure if the Apple Store will still be selling the red iPhone, but the Best-buy in the US still has some on their website. Yes, you should act fast.
  5. If I was go to buy another Iphone, it would be 8 plus, because the X is new iPhone and they will have to work the bugs out of it. The 8 Plus still has the finger print reader. Another thing with The X Apple isn't able to make a lot of them. It's going to be really hard to get your hands on one of them. They are making like less than 10,000 of them per day, which is a really low amount in terms of production numbers.
  6. Is this really true? Because preorders for x would be available on att, T-Mobile, sprint and Verizon and for the 8/8+ it's the same but includes virgin mobile.
  7. It will work on T-Mobile. But not on their newly $8 billion dollar updated network.
    Here's a link.
    Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/iphone-8-iphone-x-dont-support-new-t-mobile-lte-network-that-cost-8-billion-2017-9

    Apple's new iPhone 8 and iPhone X won't support the extended LTE network that T-Mobile spent $8 billion on acquiring from the FCC earlier this year.

    Both of Apple's new iPhones lack support for the LTE band needed to access T-Mobile's forthcoming 600MHz network, which provides better coverage in buildings and rural areas throughout the US.

    Apple's tech specs for both the iPhone 8 and iPhone X don't show support for the Band 71 needed to access the network, and a T-Mobile representative confirmed Friday in a tweet that the 600MHz spectrum won't be supported by the new phones.

    That's significant news for T-Mobile customers planning to buy one of Apple's latest iPhones. While T-Mobile's existing LTE network will continue to be accessible on the new iPhones, the devices won't have access to the extended coverage that T-Mobile is betting will help it compete with AT&T and Verizon in less urban areas.

    Sorry for the confusion.
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  8. None of the existing flagship phones in the market support Band 71, and it's a huge infrastructure effort for T-Mobile to get all of their cell towers installed with the new hardware, have it tested and working anyway. The effort of deploying this 600 MHz network is a complicated, time-consuming process that will span several years so I don't think iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X owners will be heavily affected by this.
  9. Hmm. iPhone x will be available for preorder at sprint. Do you think they will run out that day?

    What will they make when they sell out of iPhone x? Because my husband's android already has no home button and oled screen- he said those things are normal to android.
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  10. I understand that you will be able to iphone 8,iphone 8+ and iPhone x on the t mobile network. Thank you.
  11. Yes it will. I'm thinking that they will sell out that day based on demand. Just be up when pre orders start. So that you can order your phone as soon as it. They are only making like less than 10,000 phone x per day.

    You welcome. Enjoy the thread.
  12. Here's an early unboxing of the iPhone 8 and 8+

  13. Thank you for clearing that up. The title of that article made it situation with the Iphone 8 and iphone X sound worse than what is really was.
  14. I actually got startled for a moment because I'm on T-Mobile so I had to do a little research. A lot of websites that specialized in technology did mention this but they provided a better explanation of the situation. Lots of other news outlets were just trying to clickbait with their headlines :doh::doh:
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