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Yes, I understand.The article stated it will work on T-Mobile network (as I previously quoted so responses would be relevant). Where is this T-Mobile wifi network it will work on?
and?Did you even bother to read my few, short sentences?Does T-Mobile have a wifi network their users connect to?FYI: Your link is no good.
You can already edit Notes in rich text on the Mac and that rich text sync over to the iPhone.But it'll be nice to do it directly on the iPhone. 
How will iPhone wifi calling work on T-Mobile cell network?If you are using T-Mobile network, you are not on wifi. The article simply means that T-Mobile as a provider will "support" wifi calls with iOS 8. Probably like the personal hotspot. The only thing really preventing it is provisioning by the provider. 
We're not gonna get some fat, sweaty guy running around yelling, "developers, developers, Developers, Developers, DEVELOPERS, DEVELOPERS" ad nauseum, are we?
Why do you only suspect this?Because they came out and stated that?
Apple and HTC already settled everything, dropped all lawsuits and have a 10 year licensing agreement with current and future patents.Nothing to sue over.
For the same reason they (and all other companies) have always done so in the past...To have new products & new technology to sell.
+4.5 million sales month in the U.S. is a tiny number by what measure?Don't know what you mean home sales are going to "change the world"?
Really?In April 2014, there were 433,000 new houses sold and 4.35 million existing homes sold in the U.S.So, a LOT of people live in houses and at least that many are homeowners.
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