iPhone addicted are getting prepared for 4th generation of Apple iPhone, one of the big questions customers are wondering is, Which network will Apple decide to partner with? Rumors of Verizon and Apple already testing 4G iPhone are over the internet. Statistical data have shown that the new advertising campaign of Verizon against AT & T are bringing really positive results.Users appreciate the coverage and speed of the second network operator and for that reason, analysts are largely convinced that the iPhone 4G of 2010 is the CDMA network that will support the WCDMA, HSPA, in addition to the classic. 4G is essentially the next-generation of cellular networks, designed to carry data and increase the speed and capacity of mobile networks.
According to GigaOM [VIA]
Apple could benefit greatly from loosening AT&T’s stranglehold on the iPhone in the U.S., and Verizon would surely love to kick out a key pillar of AT&T’s growth from the past year. While Verizon’s former lone-wolf strategy wouldn’t play well with Apple’s tightly controlled App Store, the nation’s largest carrier seems to have softened its go-it-alone stance as it embraces Google with its Droid initiative. A Verizon/Apple tie-up might have been unthinkable to many of us a year ago, but it’s looking more and more like an inevitability.
Verizon is also rumored to be starting assembly of a 4G network that would utilize the international LTE network standard, but any impact this has on Apple’s plans is currently unknown.
iPhone 4G CDMA and WCDMA coming in 2010?
AT&T’s contract with Apple gives it exclusive rights to distribute the iPhone in the U.S. through 2010, but it sounds like we could be seeing a Verizon iPhone in 2011. We already heard rumors of iPhone nano, rumor has it that the new iPhone will have a hybrid UMTS/CDMA radio inside, so it’ll work on nearly all major carriers. The report also cites that the device will have a 2.8″ screen, downsized from the current 3.5″ display. Appleinsider already published “ A new report citing sources in the Taiwan handset supply chain says Apple has contracted to produce a UMTS/CDMA hybrid iPhone due in the third quarter of next year that will enable the company to sell a single global handset to all carriers, and specifically to Verizon Wireless in the US.”
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