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AT&T Dropping iPhone

There has been an epic struggle between carriers and the iPhone.  AT&T originally ponied up enough cash to keep it exclusive, but they may be looking at bailing on Apple - not the other way around like we all first thought.  We'll have to wait and see, but Wednesday could be an interesting day at the MWC.  DVice has more.


While all the focus might be on Wednesday's announcement about the new Apple tablet, insiders are reporting other news as well. While most people have been thinking that Apple was looking to other carriers for the iPhone, it looks like it's actually the other way around: AT&T is looking to drop their exclusivity on the iPhone.