Monday, 1 February 2010

New iPhone Nano Set For Release Q3 2010? Verizon to Release iPhone Nano Next Year - Agreement Already in Place, Says Report

Having only just offered you confirmation that O2 are to allow users to
unlock their iPhones in the UK once their contracts expire we move
swiftly on to news concerning Apple s much speculated upon iPhone Nano
as a new report, which follows on from other indications as reported
previously on TFTS (see Verizon iPhone Coming in Q3 2010? Report
Suggests that Hybrid UMTS/CDMA iPhone Is in the Making ), suggests that
its set to hit retail (specifically with Verizon) by the third quarter
of next year.
According to information from OTR Global passed to Apple Insider, duly
credited at the bottom of this post, it seems that the new, more compact
iPhone Nano, which reportedly comes with a 2.8 � touchscreen display
(reduced from the 3.5 � display currently seen on the present iPhone
models) is set to be assembled by Pegatron, a subsidiary of Asustek,
rather than Hon Hai (who assemble the currently available iPhone) and,
interestingly, according to the report, an agreement between Apple and
Verizon to sell the new iPhone Nano (which is said to offer CDMA2000
network compatibility as well as UMTS 3G compatibility " the former
allowing the new iPhone Nano to be used on Verizon s network (the
current iPhone is incompatible in this respect)) sometime in Q3 2010 is
already signed, done and dusted though worldwide distribution details
remain somewhat hazy.
As with previous iPhone models, we expect information to leak out in a
somewhat staggered fashion and we will, of course, try to keep you in
the loop whilst not excessively falling back on mere rumours.
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