CDMA iPhone Hits AP Field Test Stage, iPhone 5 At EVT Testing Stage

Some juicy rumors regarding upcoming iPhones have surfaced, and they include the iPhone 5 and possibly a CDMA iPhone. For starters, it’s been said that the iPhone model 3,2 has hit the AP testing stage, which is the last stage before retail release, complete with the final hardware and final software. It’s expected to be a Verizon CDMA phone, but the leak mentions that it contains a SIM card slot, hinting that it could possibly be a CDMA phone that supports global roaming. Aside from that, the next-generation iPhone (we’ll call it the iPhone 5) has hit the EVT (Engineering Validation Test) stage of the development cycle, which is before the DVT (Design Validation Test). In case you were wondering, the original lost/stolen iPhone 4 was in the DVT stage. While there hasn’t been any confirmation of all these rumors just yet, it does seem that we’re slowly inching closer towards a CDMA iPhone release.

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Display
4"
1136x640 IPS LCD
Price (approximative)
~$670 - Amazon
Camera
8 MP
Image Stabilization
Weight
112 g
Battery
1440 mAh
Launched in
2012-09
System
1GB RAM
A6 + None
Storage (GB)
64
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