The masses of iPhone holders that are fed up with dropped calls and poor service from the gadget's only service provider, AT&T, will be happy to know that Apple will start producing Verizon Wireless iPhones by late 2010. That's this year! The Wall Street Journal reports that "the new iPhone would be similar in design to the iPhone 4 currently sold by AT&T Inc. but would be based on an alternative wireless technology called CDMA used by Verizon. The phone, for which Qualcomm Inc. is providing a key chip, is expected to be released in the first quarter of next year." Also, there's already an iPhone 5 on the way—though Apple isn't commenting on any of this.