Apple iPhone is coming to Verizon on Tuesday, according to WSJ

Apple iPhone is coming to Verizon on Tuesday, according to WSJ
As it seems, the news about Verizon's upcoming mystery event, which is to be held on Tuesday, is really causing a stir in the land of wireless. After it became clear that Big Red is handling invites for its event, none other but the Wall Street Journal has come out with an opinion on the matter. Basing itself on a word from a person that's said to be familiar with the case, the WSJ seem to be fairly certain that Verizon will indeed announce that the Apple iPhone is coming to its network.

What's even more interesting, AllThingsD's sources report that Apple CEO Steve Jobs is going to join Verizon President Lowell McAdam on stage. Apparently, these guys are pretty confident that a CDMA iPhone is just a few days away.

According to the source, the iPhone which Verizon is going to carry, will be very similar to the iPhone 4, but of course with the notable difference of being designed for CDMA tech. No word about possible LTE support has been uttered.

Seems like one busy January, eh folks?

source: WSJ and AllThingsD via Engadget

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    960 x 640 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
    0.3 MP VGA front
  • Hardware Apple A4
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  • Storage 32GB,
  • Battery 1420 mAh
  • OS iOS 7.x


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