Verizon CDMA iPhone 4 Coming March 2011, Says Analyst

October 15, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rumors about an iPhone that is compatible with Verizon Wireless’ network have been rampant for months. Now, new reports are suggesting that the CDMA iPhone 4 is coming to Verizon in early next year.

According to a research analyst, Apple is on schedule to launch an iPhone capable of making calls on Verizon’s network in early 2011, most likely in March.

Although we do not have an exact launch date, the device is likely to be launched sometime around the now rumored date.

But the analyst has also revealed that Apple has other bigger CDMA plans. According to the analyst, the CDMA version of the device will not be just for Verizon. It is expected that the device is also headed to international carriers that use CDMA, like KDDI in Japan and other CDMA carriers in India.

The analyst predicts that Apple will sell an additional 11.5 million iPhone units when it partners with Verizon, but suggests that the move will have no significant impact on the sale of AT&T’s GSM iPhone model.

We might have to wait a little while longer to know what Apple has planned. Maybe Apple will come out with an official confirmation in the near future. We can wait and see.

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