Apple to Release Verizon-Compatible iPad Models


A couple of days ago Apple released the iPhone 4 for Verizon. And now Bloomberg reports that that a version of the iPad directly compatible with CDMA network is set to follow suit. Verizon Wireless will sell a version of Apple Inc.'s iPad tablet computer that can connect directly to its network.

Francis Shammo, chief financial officer of Verizon Communications Inc., said: “Verizon will get an embedded chip in the iPad for use on its network. iPad users currently need an extra device to connect to Verizon's network.” Shammo declined to say when the change may happen. The most recent rumors of a CDMA iPad appeared in late December, claiming that the next-generation iPad will come in three versions: Wi-Fi, UMTS (GSM) 3G and CDMA 3G.

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