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    Default Apples new update will most likely stop unlocking

    We all know that apples next update will mostly stop or undo unlocking, for new people that buy the iphone when you are doing the unlock process most guides require 1.02, is it possible to unlock or update without 1.02? if not, how are others going to unlock once the new bios is released



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2shae View Post
    We all know that apples next update will mostly stop or undo unlocking,
    Do we know this for sure? Certainly Jobs has come out saying it's a cat and mouse game, but they've been known to back peddle on things before.

    Relax.

    If it does happen, start throwing money and encouragement at the Dev Team.
    Can I sync my iPhone to my Newton?

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    I brought a bladox Turbo Sim at cost today ....

    In preparation for later firmware releases, UK release, and the later release of a 3g handset.

    Better to be prepared than wait for a turbo sim to go to 250+ again.

 

 

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