Verizon Announces iPhone

Well, by now you probably have heard this bit of news all over the place. In an event with about 100 people in attendance, Verizon announced the availability of the CDMA iPhone for February 10.
Great job Apple and Verizon! After almost 4 years of innuendo and denials Verizon and Apple announced last years iPhone that is unable to browse and have a cell call at the same time. The iPhone will not have 4g capability. But Hey! it will have the ability to becoming a WiFi hotspot for up to 5 devices…
Users of the iPhone on the AT&T network who are planning on making the switch are in for a surprise, when they figure out that they will alleviate their old network while bringing down their new network.
Verizon has announced that it expects to sell about 8 to 11 million devices.
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