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The question remains, will the iPhone remain an AT&T exclusive, or will Verizon become the second US carrier to sell the device? If the rumors are true, then Landor Associates could be working on a Verizon ad campaign ahead of the launch. This is the closest we have come to confirming a CDMA version of the iPhone required to operate on Verizon’s network. The recent iPhone leak from Gizmodo did nothing to confirm the presence of a CDMA chip on the next version.

Many people speculate that Apple has grown unhappy with AT&T and have started to look at Verizon as an option to expand their business. The special deal for the iPad 3G data plans with AT&T might have helped cool the relationship between the two companies, but isn’t it just really a matter of time before Apple starts looking for new opportunities? With the recent NPD numbers showing Android OS gaining sales, maybe they are worried that AT&T is holding back development? With the next iPhone right around the corner, hopefully more information will be revealed.