Sure, it looked easy when Verizon president Lowell McAdam waltzed onto stage and showed off the Verizon iPhone, but getting to that point was hard work. McAdam and Apple's COO Tim Cook hammered out the deal in 2010, after years of negotiating, overcoming technical hurdles, and, well..."They don't put a lot of logos on their phones," McAdam told Bloomberg. "So that wasn't a major issue for us." Huh. I wonder why his left eye keeps twitching?
The iPhone may be on Verizon, but the AFL-CIO would like to suggest you buy it from AT&T--because AT&T is union and Verizon isn't. Also, you'll get exclusive access to the GPS-enabled "Where's ?" app.
(The Daily Show)