T-Mobile and Sprint merger gets the OK, Apple's 5G plans
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T mobile's $26.5 billion takeover sprint is one step closer to happening.
The Justice Department will give the deal with thumbs up off the TMobile parent Deutsche Telekom, agreed to sell off Sprint's 800 megahertz wireless spectrum to dish Dish will pay approximately $5 billion for the assets in a bid to establish itself as a national wireless player.
We didn't know exactly when the often 11 is dropping, but we're already hearing that old three 2020 odd phone versions should have 5G capabilities.
According to a report by MacRumors analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted the three iPhone models releasing in 2020 will be 5G ready supporting both mmWave and sub 6GHz versions of the mobile tech.
The expectation is that the [UNKNOWN] 11 expected to be revealed in September.
Will not support 5g.
And finally the fourth night World Cup, the biggest video game tournament in the world took place in New York City over the weekend with a $13 million prize pool up for grabs.
In the singles final 16 year old Kyle booga Gies Dorf dominated outlasting the field to win the $3 million first place prize.
The [UNKNOWN] finals were much closer ultimately finishing with European pair nyhrox and aquaa taking out top spot.
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