Rumours of a CDMA version of fourth-generation iPhone have been swirling around for weeks however, more news has arrived today that appears to at least to support the claim of a new version of the iPhone 4 to be realised during the fourth-quarter of 2010.
The news comes in a report on Digitimes.com about ODM (original design manufacturer) Pegatron, which has just won a deal to manufacture Acer notebooks in 2011.
The report mentions that Pegatron’s Shanghai plant is being used to develop and manufacture the CDMA version of iPhone 4 currently.
CDMA is a competing 3G technology along side GSM used by US telco AT&T and will likely become available on rival Verizon’s network in the US during the northern summer.
Pegatron is in the middle of a move to list on the Taiwanese Stock Exchange and although it recently lost a deal to produce ASUS notebooks, the company is up-beat about its prospects to further boost its order books and is reportedly pitching for Apple MacBooks and iPads.