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Apple field testing CDMA/Verizon iPhone, iPad 2?

Boy Genius has a source that informed him both the CDMA/Verizon iPhone 4 (code named N92AP) and iPad 2 may be heading into field verification testing:

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Would you switch from AT&T to a Verizon iPhone?

Would you switch from AT&T to a Verizon iPhone 4 if such a mythical beastie ever proves real? You'd gain a different network footprint, which could provide better voice and data coverage in your area, but you'd also lose simultaneous voice and data as EVDO Rev A currently can't walk and chew that gum at the same time.

You'd also trade AT&T customer service for Verizon customer service, which could be good or bad depending on your experience. Likewise, while AT&T has received tons of flack for their network, they've also had 3+ years of experience handling massive amounts of iPhone traffic, something Verizon may also struggle with.

We've already asked if Verizon Droid owners would switch to a Verizon iPhone, so fair's fair, if you're an AT&T iPhone owner, would you switch to Verizon iPhone? Simple answer in the poll up top, and tell us why or why not in the comments.

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CDMA iPhone 4 codenamed N92, in engineering verification test for possible January (Verizon?) debut

Daring Fireball has revealed that the CDMA iPhone 4 is codenamed N92 and is entering the engineering verification (EVT) stage, one step before the design verification test (DVT) stage, which is right before manufacturing -- and right on time for a possible January 2011 launch.

The device itself is supposed to be identical to the current GSM iPhone 4 (codenamed N90) with the exception of the CDMA radio. While Verizon is the logical and persistent rumored carrier for the device, Sprint is also a possibility. Although not identical to US CDMA (don't get us started on CDMA2000 vs WCDMA vs whateverCDMAwhatever) China and Korea, among others, are also possibilities.

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Did Apple place chipset orders for a January Verizon iPhone 4 launch?

TechCrunch is claiming that the ever popular "sources with knowledge of the situation" have told them that Apple has submitted an order to Qualcomm for millions of CDMA chipsets to supply a Verizon iPhone 4 manufacturing run this December:

This production run would likely be for a January launch, and I’d bet the phone is nearly 100% consistent with the current iPhone 4 (with a fixed internal insulator on the antenna).

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