Yesterday, US mobile operator Verizon Wireless announced that it finally has a deal to sell Apple’s iPhone 4, breaking rival AT&T’s exclusivity in the US. Verizon will start selling a version of the device early next month that runs on its CDMA network. It’s identical to the existing version, although it runs a new version of Apple’s iOS that offers a ‘mobile hotspot’ feature, allowing other devices (e.g. iPads) to wirelessly share the iPhone’s connection. Music app developer Smule has hailed the news, saying that Verizon’s network is more reliable – and will thus stop complaints from users of apps like Glee Karaoke and Ocarina about dodgy connectivity. 
Source: Mashable 
Source: VentureBeat

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