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But, but, but I thought Apples were invulnerable part 2

by @ 18:36 on August 24, 2007. Filed under Business. is reporting that there are no less than three working hacks of the Apple iPhone that fully-untether it from AT&T’s network. While it is legal, at least in the US, I won’t be supplying the links (mainly because I can’t afford an iPhone, but also because I strongly suspect that all the methods will void the warranty).

A word to the wise; if you do hack an iPhone for use in the US, you’re going to have to pay the $175 termination fee to AT&T and then pony up to T-Mobile’s network as Sprint and Verizon and US Cellular use an incompatible network format.

Revisions/extensions (7:08 pm 8/24/2007) – Added US Cellular to the list of incompatible networks. The iPhone operates on GSM networks only.

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