Is Apple testing the waters for an unsubsidized iPhone push?

Is Apple testing the waters for an unsubsidized iPhone push?

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New There may be more to Apple’s new deal with Leap Wireless than meets the eye. Apple could be using Leap — through its Cricket Wireless brand — as a guinea pig carrier to test if American consumers are ready to pay full price for their iPhones, according to BTIG analyst...
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venturebeat.com
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9to5mac.com
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