Enterprise Mobility: Verizon iPhone Beats the ATandT iPhone: 10 Reasons Why
When Apple first released its iPhone in 2007, the device took the mobile market by storm. It was unique, it worked well, and it delivered an experience to customers that the vast majority of them never thought possible. It did all the things it had to do right and it only left out a few key features that would have made it even more popular. One of those key features was multi-carrier support. For years, Apple and AT&T worked side-by-side in the United States to dominate the mobile market. That left customers on Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint networks wondering if they would ever get a chance to use an iPhone on their mobile networks. Luckily for the Verizon customers, they will soon have that chance with the official launch of the Verizon iPhone on Feb. 10. But now the wider mobile market will need to choose between the AT&T version of the device and the Verizon model. Admittedly, both options offer their own appeal. But when it's all said and done, the savvy shopper should choose the Verizon iPhone over AT&T's option.