Verizon to hold special media event on 1-11-11 at 11am in New York City’s Lincoln Center

“Verizon Wireless on Friday sent an invitation to select press to attend a special event on January 11, 2011,” Jim Dalrymple reports for The Loop.

Dalrymple writes, “While it doesn’t mention anything about Apple this could be the Verizon iPhone.”

Full article here.

Jennifer Valentino-DeVries reminds and opines for The Wall Street Journal, “Verizon doesn’t have a lot of fancy events. And it’s a little odd to be holding an invitation-only press conference a few days after the wireless carrier could have made almost any announcement it wanted to a huge audience at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We say ‘almost,’ because there’s one announcement Verizon couldn’t make at CES: an iPhone running on its network.”

Full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: 1-11-11 @ 11. Sooo, whaddya think? Are Verizon customers soon going to be able to “rule the air” with the real thing or did Lowell just rent out Lincoln Center so he can unveil yet another pretend iPhone?

[Attribution: MacRumors]

53 Comments

  1. watch it be honeycomb tablet with LTE. Verizon is the place for new Android Devices too. It’s all to maybe counter Apple. 3 years of heartbreak, I’ll believe when it is done and said. And this is a Verizon event, not an Apple event.

  2. You guys are foolish to think that Verizon and Apple are announcing the new iphone. Anybody with 1/2 a brain would see it’s an announcement that iTunes is finally getting The Beatles.

    Not only that Verizon and Apple are sponsoring the reunion of the The Fab Two at WozFest 2011.

  3. That huge pot of crow I’ve got cooking on the stove is almost done. A few of you better grab some plates and set the table.

    The day is near. The Verizon iPhone is upon us.

  4. See? Jobs is okay with Verizon making an announcement. He just insisted they not do it at CES, otherwise known as the pointless, Apple-hating, microsoft circle-jerk.

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