According to "sources from upstream component makers" close to Digitimes, the CDMA iPhone won't be an exclusive to Verizon in the US (as also confirmed by Apple's Tim Cook at the Verizon event) but it's headed to China, Japan and South Korea. Digitimes reports the CDMA iPhone is manufactured both by Pegatron and Foxconn; Foxconn's model (whose shipment started in December 2010) will be exclusive to the United States, while Pegatron's version will ship to China and "other countries".
Pegatron started shipping its CDMA iPhone 4 in January 2011 and Foxconn started in December 2010. Foxconn's model will be solely supplied to the US, while Pegatron's model will be supplied to China and other countries. Since US-based telecom carrier Verizon currently has over 93 million users in the US, the launch of CDMA iPhone is expected to double the number of the current iPhone users in the market.
Since Apple is also set to start supplying its CDMA iPhone to Japan and South Korea, the company's iPhone shipments in 2011 are expected to reach a new record.
Reports surfaced in the past suggested the CDMA iPhone would be available in India, China (via China Telecom) and other CDMA European carriers. This latest Digitimes report also points to Apple adopting new technologies like "halogen-free connectors, carbon fiber internals, solar glass charger plates and double-webcams".