Verizon IPhone N92 Appears For A Photo Shoot In A Vietnamese Repair Shop

Posted: Oct 20 2010, 1:33am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

Verizon iPhone N92 appears for a Photo Shoot in a Vietnamese Repair Shop
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The Verizon iPhone is still just a rumor. Apple and Verizon have not confirmed any bit of it. The consensus is though that Apple will release a Verizon iPhone in early 2011. Two days ago we reported that the Verizon iPhone is already in the final testing stage.

Now photos of what is supposed to be an CDMA iPhone 4 appeared on a blog called Richy Rich (Via MacRumors). The photos show an iPhone 4 with the model number N92 in DVT stage. DVT is the final step before an Apple product goes into production. The Verizon iPhone 4 photos have been supposedly taken in a repair shop in Vietnam. What is an iPhone test unit doing in Vietnam?

The photos do not really reveal anything new about the Verizon iPhone. Wiil the Verizon iPhone support LTE? Will there be a new 2011 iPhone that supports CMDA and GSM in one device? Will Apple change the iPhone antenna design in the new Verizon iPhone?

AT&T is now the last major exclusive iPhone carrier. Most other markets have now several carriers offer the iPhone. It is definitely time for Apple to expand the carrier options in the United States for the iPhone to continue to compete with Android.

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