AT&T corporate stores are confirmed to open at 7AM for the iPhone 4 launch?

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AT&T corporate stores are confirmed to open at 7AM for the iPhone 4 launch?
Upon entering an AT&T corporate store, you generally tend to see employees dressed formally to give customers that attentive presentation as they guide you in finding the best phone to fit your needs. However, when launch day arrives for the Apple iPhone 4, you can expect to see an entirely different attire that employees will be wearing. The hectic environment that will undoubtedly be contained at each store can surely become a burden on employees that traditionally dress formally for the occasion, but it looks like they'll be wearing these specially designed t-shirts that show off the new logo and tag line. In addition, they might be even dressed a little bit more comfortably as casual pants and footwear can be worn once approved by management. Naturally this special dress code will be enforced only on launch day and should come to be appreciated because it looks like stores will be opening bright and early at 7:00AM. So if you plan on hitting up an AT&T store on launch day, you may just want to adjust your arrival if you're adamant on getting a device.

Apple iPhone 4 Specifications

source: Engadget



1. me.

Posts: 28; Member since: Oct 10, 2009

sorry verizon, got to go, tired of waiting .The Droid is wasting all my lunch time till it gets something done. Hope att is good as verizon

2. wade1968

Posts: 224; Member since: Apr 12, 2010

me ask about at&t from those who are on AT&T make a pros and cons list then make a desition that works best for you. don't forget what works best for you money wise to.

7. whocares

Posts: 235; Member since: Dec 19, 2009

i have att its good coverage i find myself having better coverage than tmobile and spring everywhere. not many verizon customers in my area though.

3. PapaJay224

Posts: 866; Member since: Feb 08, 2009

It amazes me that the EnV series went up to 3 before they really amped up the device, and they were all released around 1 year apart. The iPhone has been steadily released behind technology every 6-9 months yet, people pile out of the door for them. Droid for the win, choose your flavor any time of the month.

4. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

the iPhone is behind the technology?? Are you kidding me? Yes, there are some features that Apple doesn't put on the phone right away because they want to do it the right way (no bugs, no battery drain, no lag, no 3rd party BS)...however, the Apple iPhone has a much, much better touch screen than all Android phones. ...Another Android phone is released every 30-60 days each one slightly better than the last. When will each android device run the same software? I would be frustrated as an Android user waiting for the manufacturer (example HTC to update Sense UI each Android release) and the carrier to finalize the software updates while all the other devices are able to take advantage of the latest apps and features.

5. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

AT&T FYI those shirts are ugly...Why are you doing trashy T-Mobile things with the T-shirts? A special edition AT&T/Apple Polo would be nice...If AT&T is changing their logo to that rainbow design I will leave AT&T

6. devilwoman15

Posts: 7; Member since: Jan 20, 2009

for those on the fence I left Verizon because they always have the same phones just with a number after them, the only thing I have seen lately that is worth while is the Android, I have had no issues with AT&T, when I had a issue with my voice mail it was fixed in minutes. I had issues with Verizon as to trying to get help. I absolutely love my iPhone, cannot wait for the new one, yet just by changing apps I have a somewhat different phone any day. I am lucky I am able to stick with my unlimited plan. I had a couple of touch phones from Verizon that were no way responsive the way the iPhone is. Me. I think you will be happy with the iPhone but you can always go in to a Apple Store and play with one.

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