At today’s CES, AT&T head honcho mentioned a bit about the iPhone and the company’s “4G” plan. For now, they’re calling their HSPA+ network “4G”, even though that’s more traditionally known as 3.5G, and will start rolling out a proper LTE network later this year (even though that’s still not technically 4G).
He also said that a4G LTE compatible iPhone will be launched in 2012, so you won’t see a super-fast iPhone on AT&T until next year.
Verizon though? That’s a whole different kettle of fish.
UPDATE: AT&T is denying that they mentioned an LTE 4G iPhone. It’s all very confusing.