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.
When it comes to their 3G network, they have certainly been "talking the talk" lately. But, if and when Apple and the iPhone come calling, Verizon feels that their network will also be able to "walk the walk."