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Verizon iPhone FAQ Reveals Details

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Jan 11, 2011, 1:38 PM   by Philip Berne
updated Jan 11, 2011, 2:47 PM

Verizon Wireless has posted a Frequently Asked Questions page for its upcoming Apple iPhone 4, and the page reveals a few new details about the device. In addition to synchronizing contacts with Exchange and MobileMe, Verizon Wireless suggests that its proprietary over-the-air Backup Assistant software will let current Verizon users transfer their contacts to the iPhone. VoiceMails will be lost. Only one Verizon app will come pre-installed, the 3G Mobile Hotspot app. Carrier apps on the iPhone are still a rarity. Other Verizon apps, including the V Cast Media Manager and VZ Navigator, will be available in the Apple App Market. The Verizon iPhone is exactly the same size as the existing iPhone 4, but the mute switch on the phone has moved enough that Verizon notes in its FAQ that current cases may not fit.

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Jan 12, 2011, 10:13 AM


I'd like to think that Android has provided enough valid competition to keep the sheep away from this device. Time will tell.
🙄 When will you Android fans stop being so crazy and get over it and stop arguing? It's a damn phone, get a life.
Just to be fair, you may call us sheep but you're a robot. Not cool is it?

On a good note neither phone would be where they are without the other. Competition is good. The iPhone was lazy until Android came along. Now that Apple and Android are try...

Jan 11, 2011, 2:10 PM


Engadget reported that the buttons on the side of the phone (Volume Buttons, mute switch) are a little lower on the phone due to the antenna's new placement. Cases that expose the volume controls and rocker switch should have no issue with the new placement, but bumper cases that encase the entire phone will not fit.

Hopefully Apple and 3rd party case makers will quickly get these new cases into production.
Ok I had to set up an account to let the ppl know that with verizon even if u are surfing internet u will get your phone calls and texts I personally have a droid and am extremely pleased with the service I know this is the best move for apple can't w...
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