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Apple iPhone 4 Has CDMA Limitations

By Susan Nunziata  |  Posted 01-11-2011 Print

It's time for IT to brace for impact: Verizon Wireless has, at long last, announced that it will offer the iPhone 4 to its approximately 93 million U.S. subscribers – and potentially many more new customers if analyst estimates are to be believed.

Unlike AT&T's GSM wireless network, the iPhone on Verizon will operate on the carrier's CDMA network. This means users won't have simultaneous voice and data performance, such as the ability to check email or browse the Internet during a voice phone call.



 

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