Verizon iPhone 4 doesn’t represent a huge advance over AT&T’s
A funny thing happened Thursday: Verizon finally started selling the iPhone, and mass hysteria did not erupt. After years of yearning and months of hype, there was not a mass rush to Apple’s and Verizon’s stores.
Brilliant analysis. I would never have known that what is essentially the same phone on a different network doesn’t represent a huge advance. What it does represent is an iPhone that works for people in notoriously bad AT&T reception areas like San Francisco and New York. It also gives several new states access to an iPhone for the first time.