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Verizon's iPhone: QUALCOMM BASEBAND!



As I previously told you, new iProducts may
have a Qualcomm baseband.
Apple today posted the firmware for the Verizon CDMA iPhone and
guess what? It has a Qualcomm baseband!

Version: 1.0.05
Compile Date: 01/01/2011
Time: 17:48:13

The archive file contains both CDMA both 3G/HSUPA
firmwares.

As I supposed, the Qualcomm baseband is (for now) 
for the CDMA versions only.

Note:
the infineon firmware present in this release is version 1.51.00
This is strange since this is a very early version.

Verizon's iPhone internal name is: n92ap.

And iFixit confirmed it:

Comments

  1. Hi.
    It is Phoenix OS, isn't it?
    Yeah, it's strange since thay also include UMTS baseband FW in the OS. Version 01.51.00 is even erlier than 01.59.00, which was intially released on the iphone 4 GSM.

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  2. By the way, the Qualcomm chip is QSC6695, as far as I can discover.

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  3. Yep.. the firmware achive is named Phoenix.

    QSC6695.. interesting.. I must have missed that.

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  4. It is very weird they use a very lower FW version.. Btw, I think there is someone who is working inside i4 BB development. Have u ever seen so many BB versions? 2.07, 2.10, 3.08, 3.09, 3.10, 4.08, 4.09, 4.10. Or its apple fooling BB developers?? Its really interesting... Anyway, I have some i4 to try, if u want one to have some try, send me ur shipping data :)

    B.R.

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  5. Thanks for your offer but CDMA phones won't work here in Italy and it would like a pricey iPod..
    If you want, save it for the next iPad or iPhone5 those would be interesting perhaps.

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  6. My great respect, I have all 3 generations of the iPhone, but only with your tool was the easily and safely unlocking, and I'm sorry that you not continue to work, so now I wonder it has a chance to help us with the iPhone4 and BB. This has been going on long over 4 months too not unlock i4.We hope your help. :-)

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  7. Sorry, I don't own an iPhone4, nor a 3G nor a 3GS.

    Believe it or not I still have my 1st generation iPhone and it's at 1.1.4 firmware version :)

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