Okay, so the Verizon iPhone 4 and the AT&T iPhone 4 have pretty much the same hardware, aside from Verizon's CDMA network not being able to handle simultaneous voice and data and a few internal tweaks. But there are some less-publicized user experience differences, too.
If you sign up for Verizon FiOS or High Speed Internet Triple Play bundle and buy an iPhone4, Big Red will not only knock $10 a month off your monthly FiOS bill ($5 off your HSI bill), they'll give you a $200 credit you can apply to the cost of the phone. That's essentially a free 16GB iPhone4. [Verizon]
Hey Verizon iPhone user! Our gamer dudes at Kotaku made a list of the best games currently on the iPhone, so you can get in on what everyone else has been doing for almost three years. Most of these games are relatively new, so you might also want to try some classics like Fruit Ninja. If you're looking for someone to…
Apparently iPhone apps that need to have deeper access to the hardware, like Telenav's navigation, need a specific Verizon version in order to work. It might be due to differences between GSM vs. CDMA radios, or the GPS chip. [ZDNet]
After beginning to take pre-orders for the iPhone 4 last week, Verizon has already pulled the plug on that, declaring on their site, that they've sold out of pre-sale units.
The first reviews of the Verizon iPhone 4 are starting to appear and we're rounding them up for you. Here's a look at the early impressions:
Okay, time to take that big red Sharpie out: the Verizon iPhone will officially be on sale in Apple and Verizon stores on February 10th at 7am. Mark those calendars, and set your alarms. Updated:
January has come! And gone. And with it, a lot of broken New Year's Resolutions. But also, new additions to our wonderful list of favorite gadgets. Check out the full roster of Bestmodo's newest inductees below.
According to this leaked photo over at Gear Live, AT&T's going to be reworking its messaging plans next week. The $5/200 and $15/1500 texting plans will disappear, and in their place? A simplified system that beats Verizon's messaging offering handily.
Any Verizon customer who regrets picking up a new phone between Thanksgiving and the day of the Verizon iPhone announcement won't have to kick themselves too hard; the carrier's granting $200 debit cards to people with iPhone 4-inspired buyer's remorse.
Hi, AT&T? Loyal customer here. Really been digging the iPhone the last few years, and was excited to find out I can use it as a hotspot in March. That is, if you let us. And here's why you should.
If you're excited about today's Verizon iPhone bonanza, it's for one reason: hoping for the shining light of non-sucky service. Here's all of the news (and opinion) you need to get caught up on what might be your next phone:
It's conventional wisdom now that iPhone exclusivity is the best and worst thing that ever happened to AT&T. A rocket that sent them into space—and directly into the sun. Will the same thing happen to Verizon?