Verizon iPhone Conference Calls Problem Found: Video
With all the fanfare and commotion over the arrival of the Verizon iPhone, one would expect the CDMA iPhone to come out to play without any real bugs, especially as the Big Red tout their network as better than rival iPhone carrier AT&T.
However, apparently the Verizon iPhone is not without its faults, as according to an article over on Unwired View by Brad Molen, the guys over at 9to5 Mac have discovered an issue with the Verizon iPhone is its ability to handle simultaneous multiple calls.
Apparently the problem is that the Verizon iPhone can’t connect in excess of three handsets into a conference call, so if you have 4 people trying to get in on a conference call one is out of luck, and also the device can’t swap calls as well.
Apparently though this problem isn’t widely reported yet so it could be just down to a software glitch. We have some video evidence of the problem courtesy of Mark Gurman of 9to5 Mac that demos the problem, so hit that play button and check it out.
If you manage to get hold of a Verizon iPhone and experience this issue feel free to shout out about it in our comments area below.