RUMOR: Verizon Apple iPhone to launch with simultaneous voice and data

invisibleSHIELD case for iPad“One of our Verizon guys hit us up with some pretty interesting news,” Boy Genius Report dishes.

“We have been told that when the mythical Verizon iPhone materializes, assuming it’s not a LTE unit, it might launch with VoRA; Voice over Rev. A,” BGR reports.

BGR reports, “According to our source, Verizon has been testing VoRA as a precursor to VoLTE…”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Islandgirl” for the heads up.]


  1. While it sounds good on the surface, shoving voice traffic down the data channel with all the other data, especially with Verizon’s slower data network, may not be such a good idea. Sounds like an ugly hack. We’ll see how well that actually works, if it actually happens.

  2. My friend’s dad’s sister’s cousin said that it would be a highspeed satellite, GSM, CDMA, LTE Verizon iPhone. I believe it! ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

  3. @Ronin

    The reason that people are still in denial is that it has been talked about so much and for so long that no one want to continue being let down when it doesn’t happen. Notice that the title of the article states “RUMOR.” A year ago, a mother of a Verizon employee stated that the Vz iPhone was going to be announced in June and was to be available in Sept – and it of course never saw the light of day.

    Until Steve is on stage and announces a Verizon iPhone, I won’t believe any rumors.

  4. You know what would be hilarious? Is a VZW phone debut with tethering. Free tethering would just be icing on the cake. How infuriating would that be to the already pissed of Americans over the ineptitude of AT&T;?

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