The Street reports that Consumer Reports Mike Gikas claims “key technical differences” will separate the Verizon iPhone from the AT&T iPhone. In the short video, Gikas does have concerns about Verizon throttling when data usage picks up, but that shouldn’t be a problem for AT&T users satisfied with only using a few hundred megabytes a month. Overall, we expect Consumer Reports to give the Verizon iPhone a thumbs up, but really, their initial iPhone 4 diss didn’t stop the bullet train of sales Apple incurred in 2010. Watch the video after the break.
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