It seems the last couple weeks all we have heard about is the argument about whether Verizon or AT&T has the better iPhone, and what makes each one different. We’ve heard the argument that AT&T’s iPhone can do simultaneous voice and data, and that it can be used internationally. Not to mention the fact that many people enjoy the Verizon iPhone’s network better. But here’s one that we haven’t heard yet, and we are frankly surprised it took a few days to learn about: the Verizon iPhone is reportedly unable to connect more than 3 phones into a conference call at once, and can’t swap calls either.
Check out the video below and let us know what you think. It’s not being widely reported, so we’re not sure if this is just a software glitch, or if it’s a true limitation based on the iPhone being on Verizon. We’re anxious to find out if anyone has also experienced the same problem.
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