WSJ: Verizon IPhone Confirmed!!

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    WSJ reports Verizon Iphone confirmed for release 1Q 2011!
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    Hmm iPhoners on Verizon, I dono man... I am not excited if this is true. Now that they are mass producing the iPhones I hope that doesn't greatly increase the suicides at the Japanese factories....
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    Unfortunately, it is true.

    Now, will be interesting to see how Android fares.

    Exciting times ahead.
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    sad to say but i will be switching...i love the newest iphone over my droid 1. would like to see what is to come tho of android phones by q1 2011
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    Awww man if this happens my 3g speed will suck.
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    Oh android will still grow. Probably not exponentially but it still will. People forget how much people love open software

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    Hence the deployment of LTE! Oh well....
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    Yeah, if this is true, I think I may go back to the dark side.
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    geez everyone is jumping ship. not me. at least I don't think I will.
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    I will probably switch, especially if the iPhone is LTE. Early cancellation fee and all.
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    Am I the only one that noticed that this was entirely at the authors word? They didn't give a specific source, didn't even say "an unnamed source." Matter of fact at the end of the article it said: "Spokeswomen for Apple and Qualcomm declined to comment; a spokesman for Verizon Wireless, owned by Verizon Communications Inc. and Vodafone Group PLC, declined to comment."

    Now I recognize the fact that The Wall Street Journal isn't just somebody's blog with their gums flapping. Still I see a lack of substance here.
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    I love android but I fear a Verizon iphone would kill it.:icon_eek:
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    This is a pretty weak confirmation, but if true and network speed suffers significantly I will be switching to someone like Sprint. :cus:
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    Okay, I'm not as techy as most ppl on here so, help me out a little here...

    ...what can the iPhone do that an up-to-date Android device cant?

    Because after playing w/ them as an employee @ AT&T, to me they are mad overrated.
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    There very simple and easy to use plus there shiny