If you're a Verizon customer and have not-so-patiently waited for the iPhone, or you're an AT&T customer not-so-happy with your cell service, today's news will make you smile. It looks the same, and works pretty much the same, but the Verizon iPhone 4 ($200-$300) does have a few differences compared with the current iPhone. It's got a redesigned antenna to stop untimely dropped calls, can act as a mobile Hotspot for other Wi-Fi devices, but can't do the simultaneous voice/data stuff that you can do on AT&T (look up directions while somebody is on hold, for example). Other than that, it has all the magical features of the current one — iOS4, Retina display, FaceTime, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, HD video recording, etc. Get yours on February 10.