Is Verizon testing the iPhone 4G on its LTE network?

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Is Verizon testing the iPhone 4G on its LTE network?
The rumor that never dies is alive and well once again. According to tipsters who reported this story to fone frenzy, Verizon and Apple are testing a CDMA version of the iPhone on Big Red's 4G LTE network. The sources say that the iPhone is the first 4G phone being tested by the carrier over the LTE network it plans on introducing sometime next year. The testing has been going on for the last couple of months, according to the story.

Besides getting this inside info from some tipsters, the story also claims that when Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam visited Google recently to tie down the loose ends of the Verizon-Google Android deal, McAdam visited the Apple campus-only 8.5 miles away from Google's headquarters. But, you ask, hasn't Verizon alienated Apple with the current "I don't" ads for the upcoming Motorola Droid? The response is that those ads were developed by Motorola. The bottom line is that until Verizon and/or Apple actually make an announcement, any story claiming that the iPhone is heading to another carrier is just a rumor no matter how much sense it might make.

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source: fonefrenzy via MacTouchUser


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