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Obviously a typo...
No. That page tells you which phone you get if you are a subscriber with those carriers. Phones require specific frequency bands to support each carrier. Older phones (and iPhones) had to be built specifically for certain carriers. As technology and chip manufacturing has advanced, successive generations of iPhones support more more bands in each model. The iPhone 6 comes closest so far to supporting all carriers with just a few models. However, if you are an AT&T...
They are different models. The previous T-Mobile contract free phones were Verizon models, which support AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. The "new" unlocked iPhones are the Sprint phones, which support AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint.
The 1586 and 1584 models supports Sprint's bands in addition to Verizon's. These are truly the world phones.
This phone works on AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint in the United States. It has a different model number than the T-Mobile contract-free phone. Details are on the Apple Store website.
Check your timeline. Google's effort came one year after Apple's announcement.
Which is exactly where we are now. Why can't the next iPad move the switch to the side?
Done. What do you want to know?
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