After the dust has finally settled for the iPhone 4, rumors have started to appear about a CDMA based iPhone’s possibility, which many believe is being designed by Apple for launch on Verizon Wireless.
GadgetsDNA is reporting via a legitimate source that there is a CDMA version of iPhone 4 coming up this November which would boast several new features. This includes a faster A4 System on Chip, running at 1.2 GHz, a larger screen size, up to 3.7 inches and a new internal antenna design to save from any Antennagate sorts of problems.
The CDMA iPhone 4 can be made available for customers to buy as early as November 2010 and might be renamed into Apple iPhone 5, iPhone HD or iPhone 4S, no one knows.
Reports also suggest that releasing iPhone 4 on major US wireless carriers such as T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless etc. Apple can increase the market share of smartphones in US significantly following Google’s popular policy for releasing and launching new smartphones across all carrier platforms.
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If Apple does so, it will provide strict competition in the smartphone market of US. Verizon Wireless currently has a customer base of more than 93 million users and Apple has a huge market they can target with a CDMA version of iPhone.