Could it be true that Verizon and Apple are planning a summer wedding with the 4th generation iPhone?
If a report in TheStreet.com is any indication, Apple is equipping the next iPhone with CDMA chips built by Qualcomm. Verizon is a CDMA network, and AT&T runs on a GSM network. From TheStreet:
Apple has chosen Qualcomm as its chip supplier for the new version of the iPhone headed to Verizon this summer, according to Northeast Securities analyst Ashok Kumar. Kumar confirmed the decision with the manufacturers and suppliers involved with the phone.
I've been waiting for this moment since my last iPhone dropped call on AT&T's network. Not to mention that my iPhone was basically useless in Las Vegas during the Consumer Electronics Show. I had to downgrade my network selection from 3G to AT&T's Edge network just to send an email!
Clayton Morris joined FOX News Channel (FNC) in 2008 and is the co-host of FOX & Friends Weekend. Clayton covers technology for FOX News Channel and FOX Business Network. He’s also the creator of ReadQuick a speed reading app for iOS.