Well personally I like the Retina Display feature more . About Facetime, I don't like the fact that not all your contacts have an iPhone. About the Verizon version I cannot predict much, as initially when a new techno-combination is launched some lapses and initial problems are bound to occur. But I can surely say that if Verizon puts in some real potential, then definitely it is going to click for customers and more people would switch to CDMA.
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Originally Posted By: carp
Is that GSM or (lite) has a much better upgrade path - as opposed to CDMA which will hit a upper limit --> means that Verizon will soon bottom out? ?
carp, where the hell do you get this information?
First, Verizon's 4G network is LTE. CDMA is their 3G network, which is more robust than AT&T's network. Most phones coming out now will be LTE enabled phones.
I don't expect Apple to release a phone for Verizon that isn't LTE. Wouldn't make any sense. In fact, I bet Verizon will pull a coup on AT&T and announce 4G exclusivity with the iPhone for a few years.
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