RUMOUR MILL: The hotly rumoured Apple Tablet device is said to make its way to Verizon when the device is set to be release by Apple in the Spring or Summer, according to The Street. This comes after news of the tablet will feature a Qualcomm-produced wireless chip that would work on the CDMA network.
The device will also not be running Qualcomm’s SnapDragon processor, despite it being used in a crop of new mobile devices, including the Nexus One. Previously rumoured, the device will run on a processor made by Apple’s P.A. Semi.
This will see Apple moving away from AT&T, as both companies have had an exclusive deal to sell the iPhone device since its inception. This could be because of Verizon’s 3G network being in more locations than AT&T or any other telco in America.