Apple’s iPhones Allegedly Heading to Boost Mobile

Boost Mobile Retail Store in Michigan | Wikipedia

Boost Mobile Retail Store in Michigan | Wikipedia

Last Monday’s leaked image on Twitter fueled rumors that Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C are heading to prepaid carrier Boost Mobile.

Twitter user @evleaks posted promotional ads on the micro-blogging site, showing the Cupertino-based company’s latest handsets. The iPhone 5S was touted as “legendary” while the iPhone 5C is dubbed as “brilliant”.

In addition, the posters stated that Boost Mobile would offer both devices in its standard no-contract model, together with their Shrinking Payment features. The payment scheme sees a user’s bill get smaller the longer he or she subscribes with the carrier.

Although the promotional materials look real, @evleaks has been off with Boost Mobile predictions in the past. But if ever this rumor turns into reality, it would mark Apple’s continuous trend of expanding their devices’ reach beyond known carriers in the US.

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