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Verizon customers will be able to order an iPhone 4 tomorrow.

They can order one now, of course, but it would have to operate on AT&T's network, and that's clearly not an plan worth considering by any self-respecting Verizon fan.

Apple said today that customers will be supplied on a first come, first served basis, and limits may apply in any case. In the UK, Apple is still rationing iPhones, limiting sales to two per customer.

If demand for the VeriPhone is high, similar restrictions may have to be imposed.

Or punters could simply be patient and wait until the furore has died down.

The handset will go on sale through Apple and Verizon stores in 10 February.

And you may choose to wait a month or so longer for the white model, though its near-mythical status means you may still end up with a black one.

The Verizon iPhone 4 will be available for $199 for the 16GB model and $299 for the 32GB model with a new two-year contract. ®

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