Apple's yesterday earnings call answered quite a few questions, but just mentioning something about future products made acting CEO Tim Cook quickly turn close-mouthed. Luckily, Verizon had something more to say today as Fran Shammo, CFO of Big Red, said that the next iPhone offered by the carrier will work on overseas networks.
The revealing statement, made during a conference call with analysts discussing Verizon's quarterly results, suggests strongly that the next-gen iPhone will come with dual CDMA/GSM radios. The iPhone puzzle is slowly starting to get solved as Tim Cook hinted strongly that 4G LTE will not be present in the next handset by Apple. “The first generation of LTE chipsets force a lot of design compromises with the handset, and some of those, we are just not willing to make,” Cook explained yesterday writing off yet another rumor.
source: ABC News