by Joe White
November 18, 2010
In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg noted: "If the iPhone comes to us, it's because Apple thinks it's time." He went on to state, "our interests are beginning to come together more but they have to take steps to align their technology with ours." While Seidenberg's response is purposely ambiguous, it does point towards a possible Verizon iPhone, something we've all been speculating about for some time now. Not long ago, we heard that Verizon could be getting the iPhone by January 2011. This seemed all the more likely when Verizon started carrying the iPad 3G, back in October. Obviously, while Seidenberg's comments point towards a possible Verizon iPhone, they also reveal another thing: that Apple is firmly in charge of this deal. But, we already knew that, didn't we? If you would appreciate a Verizon iPhone, let us know in the comments below. And, thanks to 9to5Mac for spotting this.