Wall Street Journal writes that a new Apple iPhone is developing, one of which is for Verizon Wireless. WSJ relies on information from informants who have received a briefing. Since its launch in 2007 Apple launched every year in June / July a new iPhone.
Until now, always a GSM version, but with two new iPhone is also one for the CDMA network. So far, Apple and AT & T is always an exclusive agreement for the iPhone, which AT & T handle the competition easier.
One iPhone will be made by the Taiwanese company Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.., The same company that made all previous iPhones. The CDMA model for Verizon is created by pegatron Technology Corp.., A subsidiary of the Taiwanese company ASUSTek Computer Inc..
The Verizon version seems a bit later on the market to come: an insider reports that pegatron until September with mass production of the CDMA version will start. The CDMA network is only used in the U.S. (Verizon, Sprint) and a few operators in South Korea and Japan.[via Engadget].