Verizon Wireless announced that they have sold more than a million CDMA iPhone 4 handsets during its first few weeks of hitting the market, according to research and measurement firm comScore. How did ComScore come about this figure? Well, they do go through monthly surveys of Americans’ wireless activities, and during their February survey which involved 10,300 phone owners, the Verizon iPhone 4 actually made quite an impact. There was no verification of this figure from a Verizon spokeswoman, and an Apple representative did not make an immediate response, either. One thing’s for sure though – the iPhone 4 from Verizon Wireless certainly showed the world that there was a pent-up demand for the CDMA phone, and it looks like Apple had better make a CDMA iPhone 5 as well to keep everyone happy.
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