Verizon has been selling the Wi-Fi-only version of Apple’s popular iPad for a while now and following the announcement of a CDMA iPhone, Verizon Communications Chief Financial Officer Francis Shammo has stated in an interview that the carrier will be offering a version of the iPad that would include an embedded chip to connect to Verizon’s data networks. Of course, the question that we’re all asking is that whether it will support the carrier’s speedy LTE network. There wasn’t any mention of whether it’ll be just 3G support or whether LTE will be included as part of the mix, but if the freshly-announced CDMA iPhone is anything to go by, chances are that it’ll not support Verizon’s LTE network, though we hope we’re wrong.
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