Verizon launches CDMA iPhone 4

It's official. Verizon on Tuesday, January 11, has launched the iPhone 4 during a press conference in New York. You may ask, “I've seen the iPhone, I even own one, so what's the big deal?” The Verizon iPhone 4 is different; has features that are uniquely available on Verizon.

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We've gathered salient points from reports of our friends at TechCrunch who covered the iPhone 4 Verizon edition launch. Here are the details:
  • The Verizon iPhone will be a CDMA version of the current iPhone 4. CDMA is the wireless technology used by Verizon (and Sprint).
  • The Verizon iPhone 4 will launch on February 3 exclusively first for current Verizon customers; February 10 for everyone else.
  • Price: $199.99 (16 GB model); $299.99 (32 GB model).
  • Can be used as a personal hotspot — subscribers can connect up to 5 WiFi-enabled devices such as laptops or other cell phones — a feature that's exclusive to Verizon.
  • Same features as the current iPhone 4: Retina display, FaceTime, a 5 megapixel camera, HD video recording, and an Apple A4 chip.
  • The Verizon iPhone is running iOS 4.2.5 (8E128) which is not yet publicly released.
In the Philippines, Globe Telecom is the exclusive carrier of Apple's iPhone 4. Will the company offer a version similar to that of Verizon's?


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