February 16, 2011
While you may think Verizon's network is lightyears beyond AT&T's, there are some differences that you should understand. We have detailed a few of them here so you can avoid any unpleasant surprises. This week, in a very helpful support document discovered by 9to5mac, Apple published "iPhone: Understanding phone features." If you have a Verizon iPhone, you may have a few extra steps to enable specific features, as you can see above. In the future, Verizon iPhone users may not need to worry about these limitations, as both Verizon and AT&T iPhones will be on LTE networks. Are some of these limitations making you wait before purchasing a Verizon iPhone? Share your comments below.