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Verizon's alleged iPhone event happens tomorrow, January 11th at 11AM EST / 8AM PST, and we'll be there live!

Joshua Topolsky
January 10, 2011
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We've waited. We've watched. We've wondered. And now, by the grace of Steve Jobs and Lowell Mcadams, we're supposedly going to see a reveal of the mythical Verizon iPhone. Of course, there's always a chance that Verizon just wants to reveal more details on LTE, or talk about the company's commitment to openness and Android... but according to the rumor mill, it's time for Big Red to get some Apple magic.

No matter what happens, we'll be there live, reporting on the news as it happens with the best liveblog in the business. Tune in at the times below on Tuesday, January 11th at this URL to see it all go down!

06:00AM - Hawaii
08:00AM - Pacific
09:00AM - Mountain
10:00AM - Central
11:00AM - Eastern
04:00PM - London
05:00PM - Paris
07:00PM - Moscow
12:00AM - Perth (January 12th)
12:00AM - Shenzhen (January 12th)
01:00AM - Tokyo (January 12th)
03:00AM - Sydney (January 12th)















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