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Apple planea lanzar iPhone más pequeño con Verizon el 2010

Nuevo Verizon iPhone

Así de simple. Aunque Verizon se ponga rudo contra AT&T y el iPhone por sus comerciales «Droid», desde Taiwan (el país del chisme), llega conociéndose la información que Apple estaría produciendo un teléfono con red UMTS/CDMA para soportar las redes de Verizon a salir el tercer cuarto del año 2010 (Q3), claramente para venderse por dicha compañía en USA, y quien claramente soporte UMTS/CDMA en el mundo. Lo más increíble de todo es que sería un equipo más pequeño.

Los nuevos chips para soportar este tipo de redes los estaría produciendo Qualcomm y claramente sería el fin de la exclusividad iPhone por AT&T en USA.

Ahora el tamaño, sí, será más pequeño. El chisme viene hasta con foto que muestra que el nuevo Verizon iPhone vendría con una pantalla de 2,8″, una importante baja de tamaño a lo que es el actual equipo de 3,5″.

Esperemos que fuera del cambio de soporte de redes y el tamaño, el equipo se ponga a los estándares de lo que las otras competencias están logrando. Recordemos que el 2010 se viene con varios equipos bastante buenos.

En el próximo OhMyGeek! #042, junto a nuestro invitado de esta semana Cristian Labarca (Huasonic), estaremos comentando un poco más la noticia.

| vía: appleinsider.com |

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3 comentarios

Nyvaeh 5 marzo, 2015 at 10:20 pm

At last, somoene comes up with the «right» answer!

home insirance 24 septiembre, 2014 at 6:12 am

That’s not just logic. That’s really sensible.

Tumbra 10 julio, 2014 at 3:13 pm

Thank you all for posting. I have never colpmained about a company in my life. I am so troubled that I must speak, and am sorry but relieved that I am not the only one outraged. I have used Verizon ever since cell phones were. I figure I have spent over 10,000 with them. Recently I moved to New Mexico from NY, and had to obtain wireless services. I did so through Verizon, but there were complications, admitted by them, that they could not figure out or correct. Therefore, the service did not work ever. But I had to go back and cancel service which never worked, and have to pay an early termination fee! For breaking a contract. But the reality is the contract is null and void if the service does not work! I have spent days of time and effort to correct it, spoke to countless reps all the way up the line. I will need to pay hundreds to discontinue that contract, and will discontinue phone service as I can not abide by their practices, and will have to pay more, because they are a terrible company. The most disturbing part, is that every human being I spoke with, I pleaded with Tell me if what I am saying is incorrect, or wrong. I never get an answer, just a drone response as if I was speaking with zombies. Logic does not work, they look down at their cue cards and tell you they understand your perspective. But refuse to do anything different. I have never colpmained about a company in my life, but this has bowled me over and the reality that they can continue to be so horrific because no one stands up and says how absolutely soul sucking crazy it all is. I have spoken to others in just 24 hours, who are going to discontinue services even though they have to pay. Already their mistreatment of my situation has cost them hundreds of thousands, as my associates have spent what I have and would continue if it were not for their commitment to speaking out against this treatment. The problem is that this company gets away with this because people do not stand up. They made a terrible error with this person, because I have made it a personal mission to expose their practices. I feel sorry for anyone working for them, and hope they wake up to the fact that they are being dehumanized.Posted on Sat, 09/29/12 – 01:58 pm Reply


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