iPhone 4 with CDMA for Verizon gets FCC approval, right on time

There's no company in the industry that's better at consistently having confidentiality come off its products in the FCC's database right on time better than Apple -- and indeed, the CDMA version of the iPhone just hit the filing system. Model A1349 (as opposed to the GSM version's A1332) has the expected test results for CDMA / EV-DO Rev. A on the 850 and 1900MHz bands along with Bluetooth and WiFi without a whiff of GSM support for global roaming -- not to say Verizon gave any hint that you might be able to roam outside of CDMA countries anyway.

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