adeelarshad82 writes: To no surprise Verizon iPhone looks a lot like the AT&T iPhone. The real difference is in its ability to do things. PCMag's Editor In Chief was one of the few who got to test out the iPhone on the Verizon network over the past few days. As expected, Verizon iPhone was a much more consistent performer, providing stable connection and slightly better call quality over AT&T. Part of this was because of the dual CDMA antennas that sit on either side of the phone, which also took care of the "death grip". Aside from the stability, acting as a personal hotspot was another first for the Apple iPhone, which gives it the ability to connect five other devices to the internet over Wi-Fi. While acting as a hotspot, the iPhone showed how many people were connected to it. This was to ensure that there weren't more people leeching off the connection. While not exactly perfect, Verizon iPhone offerred a more consistent user experience.