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With the launch of the Verizon iPhone now official, many are wondering how Verizon's other popular platform, Android, will fare.
Verizon's (VZ) iPhone was launched today by two number twos, Apple (AAPL) COO Tim Cook and Verizon heir apparent Lowell McAdam. The iPhone 4 is very similar to the current bestseller on GSM with some antenna design changes. Also, it won't allow simultaneous data and voice use, like other MORESeth Weintraub - Jan 11, 2011 12:09 PM ET
By Sarah Ellison, contributor
While Ivan Seidenberg got his start as a cable splicer's assistant, working hands on with the copper wires and fiber-optic lines that were once the phone company's core business, his handpicked successor, Lowell McAdam, 56, has spent the bulk of his career in the wireless industry -- Verizon's new core. Last year wireless accounted for 58% of Verizon's annual revenue, up from 50% in 2008.
McAdam, who became MOREOct 29, 2010 3:00 AM ET
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