In a Geekwire Interview this week, the ever-NSFW but entertaining CEO of T-Mobile spoke on a variety of mobile carrier subjects near and dear to our hearts.  But slightly after 20-minute mark, Legere stepped it up a notch with some Bendgate bashing calling the whole thing horses–t…

On the iPhone 6’s bending problems (Minute 20:15): 

“That is such horses—t. Listen, what the f—k‚ did you need to see? The video of the guy that’s doing this, and if you could have seen his face he probably would have been purple and the veins are coming out of his fingers. And the thing moves a little bit? Are you sh—ing me?”

“This is an amazing supercomputer in your hand. What the f– are you putting it in your pants and sitting on it for? Seriously. You know what, those nine people who sat on their phones, first of all, they need jeans that fit them a little better.

“Let me help you about bendgate or whatever it was. It’s not slowing down demand. The demand for these devices in the last few weeks is unbelievable.”

Soon after (23:50) and probably more substantial, he spoke about Apple’s pushing T-Mobile to push better technology through its quality focus which gave T-Mobile a lead and now a competitive advantage with Wifi Calling and VoLTE…

Also this weekend, Re/Code’s Walt Mossberg reviewed Wifi handoff of the T-Mobile hotspot video below.  I also put it through its paces a few days before the iPhone 6 launched and found it to be a game changer for those of us with dead spots in our homes.


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