We have some good news for those of you currently on Verizon or even thinking of switching, as we have some solid details on the release of the CDMA version of the Apple iPhone – it is good news.
According to this report from Apple Insider, some fresh details have emerged from an investor note from Susquehanna Financial Group, which states that Apple will begin to build over 3 million CDMA-enabled iPhone devices in December this year.
If the details are true, then it means that the Verizon iPhone is still on for an early 2011 launch, moving in-line with previous speculation on the release of the still unannounced device.
When will Apple finally announce the Verizon iPhone though? Do you think they will do it before the end of this year, or wait until a press conferenece in January? Don’t forget that it was only yesterday that we told you about AT&T’s comments about the company not being worried by the thought of losing the iPhone 4 exclusivity.
Give us your thoughts on these new details.
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