Google cache still shows the [now] inactive Case-mate page   (Source: Redmond Pie)
Remond Pie and Pocketnow offer new details on imminent iPhone 4 [Verizon] launch

The rumors of the iPhone coming to Verizon's vast network are about as old as the iPhone itself. Now it appears that the long wait is close to being over. BusinessWeek reported last week that the Verizon iPhone would be here before Valentines Day.

Piling on that report, PocketNow and Redmond Pie have uncovered some new information that shows that Verizon and its partners are gearing up for the iPhone 4. Verizon Trademark Services LLC has already bought both and 

According to PocketNow, both sites were owned by Jim Benton and are currently being used as link farms. 

In addition, Redmond Pie points out that Case-Mate has jumped the gun a bit by putting a landing page on its website dedicated to iPhone 4 accessories. Although we're curious as to why a Verizon iPhone would need its own specially designed case/marketing, the pages that referenced the items have already been taken down (perhaps either Verizon or Apple wasn't too happy about its existence). 

Even though the page is not currently available, Google cache still has all the goods including this message from Case-Mate: 

The Wait is over: iPhone 4 for Verizon is Coming 

The waiting game is finally over. After three long years and countless numbers of rumors, the iPhone 4 will soon be available on the Verizon network. The subscribers of the United States’ largest carrier can all breathe a sigh of relief. And start making plans to camp out at their local Apple store. 

Verizon already has a slew of Android-based smartphones in its current (and upcoming) product portfolio, so it will be interesting to see how many new Verizon, current Verizon, and defecting AT&T iPhone customers will flock to Verizon’s iPhone 4.

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