Verizon IPhone May Only Be Available On LTE

Posted: Sep 23 2010, 9:37am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 23 2010, 9:08pm CDT, in Rumors | Apple

Verizon iPhone may only be available on LTE
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Verizon CEO crushes hopes for an CDMA iPhone.

We are reporting about rumors that the Verizon iPhone will launch as early as December. Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg made some statements yesterday that crush the hope for a Verizon iPhone for 2010. According to MacRumors, Seidenberg said he hopes Apple will allow Verizon to sell the iPhone for their new 4G LTE network. Verizon is launching their LTE network this year, but only in select areas (30 cities). A reasonable coverage of LTE is expected in 2011.

Now there is the possibility that Seidenberg just avoided talking about an iPhone for the Verizon CDMA network. If it is real, then Apple no doubt wants to be part of the announcement. You can keep on having a little hope that a Verizon iPhone will come in time for Christmas. More hot Apple News.

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