“Apple is seeking engineers familiar with the wireless technology used by Verizon, in yet another sign Apple will build a smartphone for the U.S. wireless carrier,” Brian Caulfield reports for Forbes.
“To offer a phone that works on Verizon network, Apple will have to build a phone based on a different wireless standard than the iPhone uses now,” Caulfield reports. “And to do that Apple has to hire engineers who know their way around CDMA.”
Caulfield reports, “A quick check of Apple’s full-time iPhone engineering job listings shows 10 postings for full-time jobs at the Cupertino, California-based company that seek knowledge of CDMA.”
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