Apple Rumored To Shop Around CDMA IPhone In India

Posted: Oct 12 2010, 10:38am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 12 2010, 9:46pm CDT, in Rumors | Apple

 
Apple rumored to shop around CDMA iPhone in India
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The Wall Street Journal has another Verizon iPhone related report. According to their sources two Indian carriers are in talks with Apple to launch the iPhone in India. Reliance Communications and Tata Teleservcies are both using CDMA like Verizon.

Besides the Verizon customer base, Apple would also gain access to the fast growing mobile market in India with a CDMA iPhone.

Rumors about a Verizon iPhone got pretty solid over the past few weeks. The reports all point towards a release of the Verizon iPhone in early 2011. It will most likely be only CDMA and not adopt LTE yet. As it looks Apple will stick to its yearly release cycle for the iPhone. The iPhone 5 could sport dual mode connectivity supporting CDMA and GSM. Maybe that will be the only major difference to the iPhone 4.

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