CDMA iPhone For Verizon’s Network Almost Confirmed

News | Tuesday October 5 2010 10:56 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

Interestingly, one reason being cited for Apple to bring the iPhone to Verizon's CDMA network is because of the continuous rise in popularity of arch rival Google's Android operating system.
” and by the looks of it, we have something trustworthy here.
Of course, the source didn’t wish to be named because of the fear that his expose could damage his cordial relationship with Apple . While the iPhone is still high in the popularity stakes, the problem is its availability in the US (and also in other countries across the world). Unlike Android, which has a host of devices and carrier options, Apple is restricted to just one service provider (mostly) and makes the hardware and software for the phones themselves.
This non-availability has adversely affected Apple 's market share and at this juncture, a CDMA iPhone could usher in a whole new bunch of users to the iOS platform and thereby pep up the iPhone market share. Some analysts expect that as many as 10 million additional iPhones could be sold – just by the addition of a CDMA version of the device.
Most of our readers are eagerly waiting for Verizon to offer the iPhone , either to jump ship due to AT&T's poor network coverage in their area or they're hoping that competition from Verizon would force AT&T to bring down prices of the data plans or at least increase the data limits. How about you? Tell us in the comments.

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