I was talking to a friend today about Apple, more importantly Steve Jobs, and how he likes to have total control over what he sells. His company has done very well in keeping their stuff as proprietary as possible, which is why I steer clear of them. Anyway, I gave the iPhone as an example. Apple is the only company that makes the iphone, and it only runs one software that comes from Apple and is updated only when Apple feels like it. This is the same way as everything else they sell. Anyway, I said it must really bug Steve that he can't control the network his phones run on. Then I had a terrible thought. His phones can run on T-Mobile without a problem right now. T-Mobile is the smallest US cell phone carrier and rumors are beginning to surface of a T-Mobile bankruptcy. Am I crazy to think that Jobs wouldn't be looking at this and thinking hmm....iNetwork? Personally I'd HATE to see T-Mobile fold, much less get acquired by Apple. I love the service and prices, not to mention the excellent customer service I've encountered.