Verizon executives have been in “high-level” discussions withApple managers about the possible development of an iPhone for the network, reports USA Today. If materialized, the device, which would be put on the market next year, would mark the first time an iPhone was available on a CDMA wireless network, ( AT&T’s is on GSM). AT&T has exclusive U.S. distribution rights to the iPhone into 2010, though Verizon’s co-owner, Vodafone, already sells the iPhone in Europe.
Posted April 27 2009 — 1:55 PM EDT
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