they'll call it a 4g as well as it will cause confution.. yes i realize it can run on 4g networks, but liek nwo iphone users at my work liek to tell me about how they have 4g coverage because obviously thats what iphone 4g means >_< i just laugh cause they are blinded by the fruit company .. not like any of them actually us it for more than a phone/webrowser ocationally so its not liek they would know any better
[citation][nom]keyesdav[/nom]I don't think it's headed for Verizon. Sprint more likely, or perhaps some of the international carriers. Apple and Verizon just don't seem like a good match: http/bit.ly/alnh0F[/citation]
Verizon may be one of the old AT&T branches, but a good chunk of it is now owned by European Vodafone - making it an international telecommunications provider. Any other provider besides solely AT&T will be a good match for Apple, regardless of who it is. Monopoly products hurt the consumer for choices and the manufacturer of the item by limiting consumer base.