Rumors of the CDMA iPhone never seem to stop and now word is that Foxconn has been roped in to help produce the CDMA iPhone. If the rumors are true, Foxconn will be sharing the manufacturing evenly with the existing manufacturer, Pegatron. Reports indicate that Foxconn has been asked to come up with 15 million iPhones through all of 2011, which would mean that there could be as many as 30 million CDMA iPhones churned out between the two companies. Such reports do further strengthen rumors that Verizon will be offering a CDMA iPhone in early 2011 and you can bet that many Verizon subscribers are eagerly waiting for such an announcement. It’ll also be interesting to see if there will be a white CDMA iPhone, especially since rumors hint that the phone might actually be dropped.
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