We have been hearing rumors for some time that the iPhone may be headed to Verizon, now Digitimes is reporting that a company called Pegatron technology has received an order for an iPhone based on CDMA from Apple.
The report says that Apple will be ordering around 10 million CDMA iPhones per year, which could mean that Verizon users will finally see the iPhone on their network.
This adds to the recent rumors that we have heard that Verizon will be getting the next generation iPhone as well as AT&T, although there are reports that Apple and AT&T signed a five year exclusive deal on the iPhone back in 2007.
The next generation iPhone or iPhone 4G is expected to be announced at the WWDC next month, and we have already seens lots of photos of various prototypes of the next generation iPhone.
I guess we will have to wait until next month to find out for sure if the iPhone is headed to Verizon.
via TFTSFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone