CDMA Verizon iPhone hits FCC

Coming as no surprise, the CDMA Verizon iPhone 4 has just hit the FCC. (Come on, you know Apple wasn't going to let the government announce it?)

Model A1349 (as opposed to the GSM version's A1332) has the expected test results for CDMA / EV-DO Rev. A on the 850 and 1900MHz bands along with Bluetooth and WiFi without a whiff of GSM support for global roaming


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  • How the LED flash is missing? U would figure they'd include it in the design plans.
  • The flash in in the plans, the drawing shown above is focused on 'label location' only. There are multiple plans that focus on aspects of design (not all in one). That is how one communicates clear design details and manufacturing specs.