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About anthony.spina97

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    "When you grow up you tend to get told the world is the way it is and you're life is just to live your life inside the world.

    Try not to bash into the walls too much. Try to have a nice family, have fun, save a little money.

    That's a very limited life.

    Life can be much broader once you discover one simple fact: Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use.

    Once you learn that, you'll never be the same again."
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  1. 12.4 beta 1 has been released today. Appears to be the last release of iOS 12 before 13 comes out, and will most likely be the super-polished version of iOS 12 that the devices that are having support dropped in iOS 13 will be stuck with. -Anthony
  2. Am I wrong when I look at that map and it looks like the T-Mobile map is their LTE coverage (in light pink) and their "potential 5G coverage" (in dark pink) whereas the Sprint map is just "potential 5G coverage"? Because that's what it looks like to me. If that's the case, no wonder the maps look so drastically different. -Anthony
  3. Most likely not your issue. If you are pulling 80 Mbps on speed tests then you are most definitely not connected to Band 26. Even if your phone switched to Band 26 during your data session, it shouldn't time out because it can continue the data session across different bands, unless there is some other issue present. Someone more knowledgeable about Band 26 tuning and such should be able to correct me if I'm wrong, but my guess is it's something else other than Band 26 needing to be tuned. -Anthony
  4. I'm coming to NYC next weekend for a concert with some friends and I'm really looking forward to experiencing the amazing network and VoLTE for the first time. Gonna be awesome! -Anthony
  5. Yup. On Intel devices it should be under LTE > Serving Cell Meas > phy_cell_id I believe. -Anthony
  6. Yup, definitely going to be getting one of these for the house. -Anthony
  7. Unless of course you are internationally roaming. My phone showed Telus when I was in Vancouver a few months ago and roaming via Global Roaming. -Anthony
  8. iPhone Xs and Xs Max have 12.1. I’m running it currently on my Xs Max. It was only the first couple days that 12.1 beta 1 was out that there wasn’t an IPSW for the new phones. -Anthony
  9. Hmm interesting. I guess we’ll see what happens next bill! -Anthony
  10. Funny that when he's mentioning if you're on "X carrier you're doing it wrong" he doesn't mention Sprint. I love it! What I don't love is I'm beginning to like John. What is happening to me?? -Anthony
  11. I have had my XS Max since yesterday around noon and can say that so far I haven't experienced any issues with WiFi or LTE connectivity. I have what appears to be the same or better LTE performance as compared to my X. Also, I bought mine from Apple and put my Sprint info in when I ordered it. All I did when I opened the box yesterday was remove the SIM from my X, turn it off, and then power on the XS Max. Activated during setup without any issues. Been loving it so far! My Series 4 also just got here today. I had a Series 3 that I got back in June of this year on IB, and upgraded to the Series 4. Not sure how I was eligible, but when I was ordering the device I didn't see anything about getting a return kit with my new device to send the old one back. And when I go to Sprint's website I don't see anything about my Series 3 on it anymore now that I've activated my Series 4. I'm unsure when/if I can return the old device. -Anthony
  12. Does the iPhone XS not come with a SIM in it? Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't you be able to have a Sprint SIM in the device and use the eSIM for whatever other carrier you want? I might not understand how eSIM works but just curious. -Anthony
  13. I would say the XR is similar enough to the XS and XS Max that it could be contained in this thread as well, but considering that it is meant to be the iPhone for the masses, it may warrant it's own thread. -Anthony
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