Yet more Verizon iPhone 4G rumors to share with you now, as it has been reported that Taiwanese company Pegatron Technologies has secured a contract with Apple for a CDMA version of the iPhone 4G.
As reported from Apple Insider, the rumors have surfaced from this DigiTimes article, which suggests that Pegatron may even take over from, or work side by side with FoxConn, the company which built previous versions of the iPhone and also handles Apple products such as the Mac Mini, iPod and iPad.
The article also suggests that the CDMA-equipped iPhone 4G could make its way to Sprint, along with Verizon, and that the recently reported exclusivity deal that AT&T has with Apple could be void.
As usual though, nothing has been confirmed and Apple Insider point out that Digi Times has a track record for getting things wrong in the past.
What are your thoughts on this particular story though? Do you believe that Pegatron will build a CDMA iPhone for Verizon or not?