Given the recent support that Apple gave to AT&T as well as choosing the company to be the data carrier for the upcoming iPad, another financial firm has jumped on the bandwagon, thinking that Apple will stick with AT&T for the iPhone through at least the rest of the year.
While it's been oft talked about that AT&T will lose it's exclusivity contract to carry the iPhone this year, one analyst group doesn't think there'll be a "map for that" until at least 2011. Cue the *collective groans* now.
If an analyst from Canaccord Adams is to be believed, next Wednesday Apple CEO Steve Jobs will not only unveil the fabled tablet, but cap it off with “two more things” -- one of which is an announcement that Verizon is getting the iPhone in June.
While the rumor mill has certainly been picking up over seeing a possible CDMA iPhone this summer, reports are surfacing that Apple and Verizon may have a few differences to settle first in the pricing realm of such a phone.