Following on from the rumors yesterday which told you about a potential CDMA iPhone being built in December this year, we now have some details from the Verizon CEO himself – and it is pretty exciting we have to say.
According to this report from Apple Insider, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg has stated that he hopes Apple will build an iPhone device for use on Verizon’s 4G LTE network next year.
He made his comments when speaking in an investor’s call yesterday, as detailed in this article from Yahoo Finance. While he gave his thumbs up (again) to a Verizon iPhone, he didn’t talk about the recent rumors about an iPhone being built for their CDMA network.
All this talk of a Verizon iPhone recently – it can’t be coincidence can it? The question now is though, will the iPhone rumored for a January 2011 launch be CDMA based, or will a release happen later on in the year so it can support Verizon’s 4G network speeds?
Let us know your thoughts on this. We’ll keep you updated if we hear anything else on this topic.
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