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Sprint Can’t Resist a Bite of the Apple

Sprint Can’t Resist a Bite of the Apple

Sprint is taking a huge gamble in ordering 30.5 million of Apple’s newest iPhone so its network can finally establish an alliance with the country’s most popular smartphone.

But does Sprint know that the new iPhone is, well, a bit underwhelming?

In the past, each successive iPhone made significant technological advancements over the previous version. Apple’s latest version, the iPhone 4S failed to impress and Apple stock fell as much as 5%. With this new deal, Sprint better hope that its stock isn’t facing the same fate.

Joshua Steinberger

Joshua Steinberger is currently a 2L at Fordham Law School. Before law school, he worked in the entertainment business for 5 years. In addition, Joshua helped launch a successful cigar company, started his own tutoring company, and wrote a novel that unfortunately was not published. Nevertheless, he persevered and is currently following in the footsteps of his new role model, Oliver Wendell Holmes. Joshua graduated from Harvard University in 2004 with a BA in Philosophy (Cum Laude).