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ZebraDude

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About ZebraDude

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  • Birthday 04/27/1960

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  • Phones/Devices
    iPhone Xs Max 256GB Space Gray
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Naperville,IL
  • Here for...
    Networking
  • Twitter Handle
    ZebraDude
  • Interests
    Tech Nerd!Apple App Developer.

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  1. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    If you feel like living on the wild side 12.1 is in open Beta (I believe beta 4) you can apply at this link.... https://beta.apple.com/sp/betaprogram/
  2. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    Or, Is your friend on a pre paid account or MVNO?
  3. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    Darn!, Could the carrier bundle be out of date with the 6S?
  4. ZebraDude

    iPhone 7/7 Plus User's Thread

    Yes everything is supported BUT some of the services need to be "Whitelisted" at the carrier. WiFi calling normally needs to be whitelisted at the carrier level.
  5. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    assuming that your friends iPhone is on Sprint I believe the answer is the home labeled T-Mobile "Roaming" you are experiencing is the newer bands and I bet the friends iPhone 6(s)? does have access to those bands in their radio...
  6. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    I believe when Sprint signed the roaming agreement they have it programmed as home area. So no...it's considered as home area for subscribers. now if you happen to use Sprint's towers through a MVNO then I believe you run on just the Sprint Owned towers.
  7. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    I believe the answer is simple. Sprint and T-mobile signed a roaming agreement and the agreement is to display it as a Sprint area. And Sadly our Xs's are weaker is signal capture..
  8. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    I just picked up my replacement Max and now I'm waiting for my watch to stabilize (first gen real slow) so I can unpair it (you have to back up/unpair any watches first) then iTunes backup the old X then new iPhone recovery....
  9. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    WOO HOO! Sprint made it good. I have a new max order pending...they will send it to a hub this time!
  10. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    I hope to learn more today. I filled a police report and the police have the UPS box as evidence. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    I hope you have better luck than me. I received an empty box from UPS yesterday. Someone in the logistics chain is now enjoying my Max....:(
  12. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

  13. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    I am worried as well. I have a X with a Qualcomm modem and it is great on B25 and B41 now switching to the Max with a Intel modem and weak B41 radio worries me.
  14. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    The better way to go is to use the e-SIM on Sprint as you will always want to have Sprint and if/when you travel to a far away location you could buy a local SIM from a local store pop it in and use it while you are there then throw the SIM away when used up.
  15. ZebraDude

    iPhone XS Thread

    well I ordered a shiny new Xs Max Space Gray 256G. The new Sprint technology talked me into it. traded in my shiny one year old X 256. now the wait begins
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