It’s been rumored, but now it’s official — Verizon will offer iPhone users an unlimited data plan.
Verizon’s relationship with Apple was the subject of an interview with Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg on Businessweek.com. Seidenberg’s comments give pause to the claims that Verizon spurned Apple, but in retrospect, it’s really not that important.
The iPhone 4 is coming to Verizon. It’s not a tectonic shift in the American cell phone landscape, but it’s still an important development for both Apple and Verizon, as evidenced by the presence of senior executives from both companies … Continued
After Verizon’s iPhone 4 press conference was done, Verizon and Apple invited the assembled press and analysts to actually get their hands on the CDMA iPhone that Verizon and Apple will soon be selling.
As reported in The Loop’s live coverage of Verizon Wireless’ press event in New York City earlier today, Verizon Wireless has announced that it will make the iPhone 4 available beginning in early February. It will cost $199 for the … Continued
Verizon announced on Tuesday that the iPhone 4 is coming to its CDMA network in early February, and here’s our live coverage from the event. The updates are posted in reverse chronological order — newest updates on top.
An iPhone app, called Coverage, on the App Store will show users in the U.S. the difference in coverage from a variety of carriers.
With the Verizon iPhone announcement coming on Tuesday, analysts are trying to figure out how many iPhones the company will sell. One analyst pegs that number at 9 million.
There are several reports out today that claim when Verizon introduces the iPhone on its network users will be able to get an unlimited data plan.
The Verizon iPhone is expected to be announced at a special event next Tuesday in New York, but the phone won’t be available right away.
Earlier today Verizon Wireless sent invitations for an event being held next week in New York. Now, it appears Apple CEO Steve Jobs may attend as well.
Verizon Wireless on Friday sent an invitation to select press to attend a special event on January 11, 2011.
Apple has reportedly raised its shipment targets for the first quarter of 2011, and the company is also expected to begin shipping iPhones compatible with the Verizon network.
Judging from the advertisements we see, you would think wireless phone carriers are happy to have all the customers they can get. However, as new services become popular and wireless networks age, carriers are beginning to feel the strain.
Verizon FiOS customers will soon join the ranks of Dish TV subscribers in having their service available for the Mac and iPad. Mac OS X and iOS support is on the horizon for Verizon, which will give Mac users the … Continued
Apple and Verizon on Thursday said the iPad would be available at Verizon stores beginning October 28.
Apple will begin mass producing a new CDMA iPhone by the end of 2010 and begin selling the device in early 2011, according to a new report.
There has been a lot of discussion about the open Internet proposal put forth by Google and Verizon, but one writer says it is worse than evil. Those are pretty strong words, but Joe Wilcox gives a very detailed rebuttal … Continued
While we’ve all been focused on Verizon and its chances to get the iPhone, Apple may have pulled a classic switcheroo and started dealing with T-Mobile in the US.
It seems that a new Verizon compatible iPhone rumor surfaces every couple of weeks, so I thought I’d chime in and give my thoughts on it.
A partnership between Apple and Verizon has been the source of rumors for many months — according to one source the two companies may team up on a tablet.