Apple seeds iOS 4.2.6 for Verizon iPhone in advance of launch
Apple has put iOS 4.2.6 for Verizon iPhone (iPhone 3,3) up on their servers in advance of the February 10 launch date. The firmware version shown off at the Verizon iPhone launch event was 4.2.5 so there's been a minor point bump worth of updates since then.
Those hoping the Verizon iPhone would ship with iOS 4.3, anticipating a wide release for iOS 4.3 for the AT&T/GSM iPhone (iPhone 3,1) at the same time, will no doubt be disappointed (and no, there doesn't seem to be a 4.2.6 for the AT&T/GSM iPhone posted at this time.)
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[Firmware link, via MacRumors]
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