It still reads as being a positive tie in for those networks with Apple contracts and not exactly positive news for us the customer.
At the end of the contract, if LTE options are limited then customer retention is more likely.
But yes it does read that LTE will never work on other networks unless they sell the iPhone ad/or pass Apple's tests !
Fee time methinks.
And yes, it will ever work on the current incompatible LTE networks anyway.
I have had widgets for decades now. They are simply open apps on monitor 2.
A widget is an open app that do not take all the real estate and something most of us have surely done for years.
The fact that Apple chooses to 'always' apply the web to theirs is quite irrelevant.
There is no doubt that Apple will have its best ever xmas.
What I'm curious about is what Apple will do when it enters the hottest trend of the year, that being phablets.
Will they use tablet apps or phone apps?
There is no dual marketplace on Android to have that dilemma.
There is nothing wrong wth AppleCare pitching and extra 12 months warranty with added protection on top of the 2 year warranty.
So it seems now they don't and only ever did by denying statutory EU rights.
Get it fixed Apple.