CDMA iPhone

Apple Has Ordered Qualcomm CDMA Chips For Verizon iPhone Launch In January 2011?

Apple Has Ordered Qualcomm CDMA Chips For Verizon iPhone Launch In January 2011?

Rumors about the iPhone launching on Verizon are as old as the iPhone itself. But the latest report from TechCrunch has added an additional layer of credibility to the speculation.

The website reports that Apple has placed a large order for Qualcomm CDMA chips to be deployed in a iPhone production run scheduled for December of this year.

According to the source, the CDMA-based chip would be required for a Verizon iPhone.

Rumor: Verizon iPhone Launching In January 2011

Rumor: Verizon iPhone Launching In January 2011

The rumor mills are at it yet again. A new report from Bloomberg claims that Verizon Wireless will start selling Apple's iPhone from early next year.

According to Bloomberg's sources, Apple's exclusive partnership with AT&T will end with the launch of iPhones on Verizon in January 2011.

Apple To Launch CDMA iPhone 4 in Q4?

Apple To Launch CDMA iPhone 4 in Q4?

CDMA iPhone rumors are back. Apple may be launching a CDMA version of iPhone 4 in the fourth quarter of this year according to a fresh report.

Taiwanese website, Digitimes, claims that Pegatron Technology – the manufacturing arm of Asustek, has started the production of the new CDMA iPhone at its plant in Shanghai.

Verizon iPhone Might Be Available During Holiday Shopping Season

Verizon iPhone Might Be Available During Holiday Shopping Season

A recent research note from Rodman Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar has revealed that the hugely anticipated Verizon iPhone may launch during this year's holiday shopping season.

Kumar reports that according to his sources in Asia, Pegatron Technology is working with Apple in the mass-production of the handsets that are scheduled for a November launch.

Verizon To Offer Simultaneous Voice And Data On CDMA iPhone?

Verizon To Offer Simultaneous Voice And Data On CDMA iPhone?

As the rumored launch date for iPhone 4G draws closer, the talk of an end to AT&T's carrier exclusivity has been growing louder.

Earlier this month, we had heard reports that Apple has contracted Pegatron Technology to ship close to 10 million CDMA iPhone handsets in 2010.

Apple Reportedly Has Ordered 10 Million CDMA iPhones

Apple Reportedly Has Ordered 10 Million CDMA iPhones

DigiTimes had reported earlier this week that Pegatron Technology, the manufacturing arm of Asustek has bagged the contract for the manufacture of CDMA iPhones. Pegatron is reported to commence production of the new handset from September of this year. 

According to their sources, the annual shipment of CDMA iPhones is likely to be close to 10 million units. It is not clear if this is merely a ballpark estimate for future shipments or if Pegatron has been contracted to supply 10 million CDMA iPhones to Apple. 

CDMA iPhone To Be Manufactured By Pegatron?

CDMA iPhone To Be Manufactured By Pegatron?

A new report published on the Taiwanese website DigiTimes claims that Apple has contracted Pegatron Technology, the manufacturing arm of Asustek, to manufacture a CDMA version of the next generation iPhone.

This is an interesting as we had reported yesterday that Verizon could be working with an ad agency for a new ad campaign for iPhone.

Verizon Working With Ad Agency On iPhone Campaign

Verizon Working With Ad Agency On iPhone Campaign

Speculations over a CDMA iPhone launching on Verizon have existed for a long time and a lot has been discussed lately over possibilities of AT&T losing its iPhone exclusivity this year. 

However, it was only yesterday that we had reported on a 2007 class action lawsuit filed against Apple where the company had confided that the exclusive partnership with AT&T was signed for a period of five years – until 2012.