T-Mobile says it would love to offer the Apple iPhone28
Despite the mobile operator's heavy reliance on Android, Brodman said that he still has hopes that BlackBerry will make a comeback. But the executive made it clear what model he wants to see sold by T-Mobile. "We'll wait for that phone call," he said, referring to a hoped for invitation from Apple to T-Mobile allowing the latter to add the iconic iPhone to its lineup. And the wish for that call from Cupertino goes all the way to T-Mobile's parent company. Deutsche Telekom has blamed it's U.S. subsidiary's poor operating performance on the carrier's lack of an Apple iPhone model to sell, saying that customers have left the nation's fourth largest carrier to pick up Apple's touchscreen phone.