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Topic: Verizon

Verizon-compatible CDMA iPhone 4 rumored to be in production

06/17/2010, 08:06 am

Rumors of a CDMA iPhone compatible with the Verizon network in the U.S. persist, with a new report alleging that the handset will begin shipping to Apple in the fourth quarter of 2010.


Apple's iPhone 4 simulator shows off Retina resolution

06/14/2010, 04:06 pm

The iPhone 4 simulator included in Apple's iOS 4 development tools provides an early look at how much clarity the increased resolution of the new Retina Display delivers.


T-Mobile, not Verizon, most likely to see iPhone first, report claims

06/10/2010, 09:06 am

While its inevitable that Apple will introduce a version of its iPhone handset for U.S. wireless carriers outside of AT&T, it's T-Mobile that stands as the front-runner for the gig rather than Verizon, one investment research firm said Thursday.


Rumors of Verizon-compatible CDMA Apple iPad with 4G LTE return

06/02/2010, 02:06 pm

Verizon Wireless is rumored to be testing a CDMA version of Apple's iPad, which could also feature access to the provider's forthcoming high-speed 4G long term evolution data network.


Jobs: There 'might be' an advantage to a multi-carrier US iPhone

06/01/2010, 10:06 pm

Steve Jobs admitted Tuesday that there "might be" an advantage to having more than one carrier for the iPhone in the U.S., but stopped short of suggesting that such a move could happen anytime soon.


FCC finds lack of 'effective competition' in US wireless industry

05/24/2010, 02:05 pm

A new report from the Federal Communications Commission did not describe the U.S. wireless industry as having "effective competition" for the first time in years, suggesting major carriers -- including AT&T, the exclusive provider of the iPhone -- could come under federal scrutiny.


AT&T to increase iPhone contract early termination fee to $325

05/21/2010, 03:05 pm

Starting June 1, new AT&T iPhone customers who wish to cancel their contract with the wireless carrier will need to pay a $325 early termination fee, up from the existing $175 cost.


Rumor suggests voice & data on Verizon iPhone, AT&T talks exclusivity

05/19/2010, 02:05 pm

Soon after an AT&T executive said on Wednesday that his company doesn't feel threatened by the prospect of an Verizon iPhone, a new rumor surfaced that Verizon's iPhone could offer simultaneous voice and data transmission over a precursor to its LTE 4G network.


Verizon, Google collaborating on Android-powered iPad competitor

05/11/2010, 07:05 pm

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam revealed to The Wall Street Journal Tuesday that his company is working with Google to create a tablet device to compete with the iPad.


Verizon advertising partner rumored to be working on iPhone campaign

05/11/2010, 12:05 pm

Rumors of a Verizon iPhone arriving this summer continue to surface, with CrunchGear claiming Landor Associates, which handles Verizon's branding, is working an advertising campaign regarding Apple's next-generation handset.


Apple, AT&T originally agreed to iPhone exclusivity until 2012

05/10/2010, 05:05 pm

After poring over court documents from 2008, Engadget has confirmed that Apple and AT&T originally agreed to a five-year exclusive arrangement for the iPhone. Whether that deal is still in place, however, is unknown.


NPD: Android phones now outsell Apple's iPhone in US

05/10/2010, 11:05 am

With a variety of smartphones powered by Google's Android mobile operating system now available on the market, the handsets collectively outsell Apple's iPhone in the U.S., according to new data from the NPD Group.


AT&T customers claim most dropped calls, least satisfaction [u]

05/05/2010, 08:05 am

Despite billions of dollars invested in its network in the last year, a new survey has found that AT&T customers report the most dropped calls of any U.S. carrier, and those users are also the least satisfied with their service. (Update: AT&T has responded to the survey findings, as noted below).


AT&T rebrands itself in effort to improve public perception

04/09/2010, 01:04 pm

With damage done from constant criticism of the performance of its wireless network, as well as a public ad war with rival Verizon, AT&T, the exclusive carrier of Apple's iPhone in the U.S., has begun an attempt to rebrand itself as a "lifestyle company."


Verizon CEO's comments interpreted to mean no iPhone until 2011

04/09/2010, 10:04 am

When Verizon's CEO earlier this week said a CDMA-compatible iPhone on his company's network would be "Apple's call," it dampened hopes of a Verizon iPhone appearing in 2010.


Verizon CEO has told Apple he wants to offer the iPhone

04/06/2010, 04:04 pm

The chief executive of Verizon said Tuesday he has told Apple his company would like to carry the iPhone, and he even cited a recent report that said Apple is working on a CDMA-capable iPhone.


Verizon iPhone talks seen as Apple counterattack on Android

03/31/2010, 09:03 am

With speculation of a CDMA iPhone compatible with Verizon's network renewed this week, one prominent analyst said he believes Apple's alleged negotiations could be more about competing with Android than anything else.


WSJ: Apple working on two new iPhones, including one for Verizon

03/29/2010, 07:03 pm

In addition to a new iPhone model to be introduced this summer, Apple is also working on a CDMA-capable version that could run on the Verizon network in the U.S., sources have told The Wall Street Journal.


Verizon sees Wi-Fi-only iPad as opportunity to sell 3G data plans

03/09/2010, 09:03 pm

Though the iPad is only compatible with AT&T's 3G network in the U.S., that hasn't stopped Verizon from telling its employees to pitch its own data plans, shared via Wi-Fi, to prospective buyers of Apple's new hardware.


Palm stock plummets after poor sales force company to lower guidance

02/25/2010, 06:02 pm

Palm's stock tumbled more than 19 percent Thursday after the handset maker decreased its forecast for third-quarter sales dramatically, citing lower-than-expected demand for its smartphones.