A few days ago Alan Ng wrote an interesting article about the rumors of a Verizon iPhone, and why a CDMA version could also mean a possible Sprint model. We have been waiting for such a phone since 2007, when Apple first launched their touchscreen smartphone.
Since then there has been a number of rumors that Apple would end the AT&T exclusivity and offer the handset to not only Verizon and Sprint, but T-mobile as well. We have just come across an interesting article that points to not one but two new phones.
Seth Weintraub from 9 to 5 Mac points out that Apple knows the current iPhone 4 as the iPhone 3.1. Looking at the new Apple TV firmware there are two new phones showing up, 3.2 and 3.3, but we have no idea what these are.
There is speculation that this could be a new carrier version, or even an update with a new antenna following the whole issue with signal problems.
What do you think 3.2 and 3.2 in the firmware means?
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