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Verizon iPhone


The WSJ reports that the long, long-rumored Verizon iPhone will be entering mass production by the end of the year.

AT&T Inc. is about to lose its lock on the iPhone.

Apple Inc. is making a version of its iPhone that Verizon Wireless will sell early next year, according to people familiar with the matter, ending an exclusive deal with AT&T and sharpening the competition with Google Inc.-based phones.

I think it’s unlikely a Verizon iPhone will be confirmed by Apple before the end 2010. I’d put my money on confirmation in early 2011 – after Apple wraps-up the 2010 holiday shopping season.


Steve Gillmor On iPhone

Steve Gillmor’s quick-take on the iPhone. Happy or not? Watch the embedded video below and find out. By the way, I’m loving my Motorolla Q on the Verizon network. The iPhone might be great but the network counts for a lot – complaints from switching Verizon customers, accustomed to Verizon’s great network, are already coming in. For me, a network with excellent sound quality, coverage, and reliability is more important than the phone. Can you hear me now? I’m not knocking the phone, I’m knocking the network it’s tethered to.


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