AT&T is sorry that it has dropped the ball on its iPhone coverage, really it is. According to Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook, the carrier is insisting that it is working to improve coverage in the face of declining customer satisfaction. The revelation came during Apple’s fourth-quarter earnings call.
“We have personally reviewed these plans, and we have very high confidence that they will make significant progress toward fixing them,” Cook said in a conference call.
The comment comes after mounting rumors that Apple will open its popular handset to more carriers–such as Verizon–during its announcement in San Francisco.
Originally posted to Gearlog.
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