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Liveblog: Verizon set to launch the iPhone. Finally.

January 11, 2011

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Verizon is set to launch the iPhone today — January 11, 2011 at 11am ET. Cheeky.

Will antennagate be fixed? Will Verizon launch a 4G version by summer? Will Steve Jobs make an appearance on stage or by hologram? Can Verizon Wireless’ network survive the crush? Will AT&T customers in San Francisco stop dropping calls?

We’re live blogging and analyzing the event today. Joining us for the liveblog from New York will be NPD analyst Ross Rubin, Gartner’s Michael Gartenberg and Ritsuko Ando, Reuters correspondent. Sinead Carew of Reuters will also be on scene in New York covering the announcement.

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As long as Apple demands the authority to “approve” every single app released to their market, they are inferior to “anything-goes” Android.

Posted by silverwolf1977 | Report as abusive
 

Are you guys sure they are not just announcing the sequel to the razor. That phone was the bomb, back in the day.

Posted by Andrew-D2 | Report as abusive
 

Or mayhaps Verizon is bringing back the beeper. Kicking it old school.

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Why isn’t there a live video stream somewhere?

Posted by acpryor | Report as abusive
 

My awesome posts were ‘filtered’ too.

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