We’ve heard this before, but with AT&T announcing both Android and Palm Pres earlier this month, it just might be time for Apple to announce a Verizon iPhone.   According to Canaccord Adams’ Peter Misek (via Apple 2.0), there is a “good chance” that Steve Jobs’ one more thing will be the announcement of iPhone OS 4.0 and a Verizon iPhone.   In a note to clients Wednesday he said:

“Together with our semi-conductor partners, we have ascertained that there is a reasonable chance the Asian supply chain is prepping for mass production of a new iPhone in March, for availability in late Q2, likely June. The phone will be carried on Verizon and hence will operate on the CDMA network; however, it will also support European GSM and HSPA standards.”

Other fun facts pointed to by Misek?

He thinks we’ll see a 4GS iPhone that will support LTE in June 2011,Tiered data plans are imminent including an unlimited data plan from Verizon and he expects Apple to sell 37 million iPhones in 2010.

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