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    I just hope that this unlock is simple to use and works on a mac.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Operator View Post
    Like I said, I don't have a problem with them charging for it. If they package it up nicely and make it super easy to use, then their software is definitely worth something. But credit where credit is due. If you take a little, give a little back.
    Couldn't agree more!!

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    I'd like to point out a few things on the Engadget post. The video is obviously very choppy, but I'm sure Engadget could make a fake copy better, they do technology for a living. The video shows a plain old iPhone that reads T-Mobile. However the screenshots show that the iphone has Terminal and Installer installed on it. Did they switch up phones with a little carrier logo hacking or is it a coincidence that they added these apps before screenshotting it? Just pointing it out.

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    Muaahaahahaa......I would laugh so hard if the Dev Team releases a software unlock before it becomes commercial. I wouldn't mind paying but I'd rather donate to the hard work of the Dev Team.

    GO GUYS!!!

    (Sorry, didn't mean to put any extra pressure)


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    I'm curious to see what the dev team (not the iPhoneSIMfree dev team) have to say on this subject.

    It's good to know someone has attained what some would call the Holy Grail for the iPhone, carrier independence, and that it will be available to all, but at a price.

    I really wish Engadget had used three phones. One being a virgin, out of the box iPhone, non-activated. Another being an activated iPhone (be it AT&T activated, or via the other methods out there) but updated to 1.0.1 software. The third phone being an AT&T activated and fully up-to-date (1.0.2) iPhone.

    They should then have unlocked all of the phones and seen if they would all accept another carrier. Then taken the virgin and updated to 1.0.1 phones and then, where needed, activated them (using iActivator for example), and then upgraded the software on them to 1.0.2 and seen wether the unlock held after the upgrade.

    Maybe I'm wrong here, and EG doing a full restore to using 1.0.2 negates this, and proves it'll handle all curret updates, in which case, excellent.

    Of course, apple could feck things up in the next update and prevent the unlock from working, in which case, will iPhoneSIMfree fix things (if possible) to allow another unlock and if so, will they charge you to unlock the phone again?

    I can see Apple doing something in the next update to stop this, and that the next update will include increased functionality which people will really want, and they have specifically been holding off releasing it until such a crack was made available.

    Then again, Apple could be laughing and not do anything as they could sell more iPhones as people now have a choice of carrier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by callmeved View Post
    I'd like to point out a few things on the Engadget post. The video is obviously very choppy, but I'm sure Engadget could make a fake copy better, they do technology for a living. The video shows a plain old iPhone that reads T-Mobile. However the screenshots show that the iphone has Terminal and Installer installed on it. Did they switch up phones with a little carrier logo hacking or is it a coincidence that they added these apps before screenshotting it? Just pointing it out.
    If you are right, than no one will trust Engadget anymore

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    Ye Like many people of said i dont mind paying AT ALL as long as its not pricey. But i reckon if they do sell it it will be cheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palu View Post
    Wait wait: don't you find strange that in the video the iphone disappear completely when he take out the sim card the first time and once he insered the sim again there is a cut in the video? This kind of things must be should be avoided when you release a proof of concept, or not?
    This isn't a fly-by-night website, it's Engadget. If they say they've seen it first hand, you can bet it's for real. There may be a remote chance that they got dupe (REAAALLY remote), but there's no way they would purposely edit a video to make a false claim.

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    I am just wondering if they don't have a copy of the "iPhoneSIMFree" installer, how can they know that it is only a software-hack?

    But after all, I want the hack to be true too.

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    ive just notice... the software unlock might be a litle heavy. Encgadget's screenshot shows a 8 gig iphone whind the following


    Network: t-Mobile (haaa still cand believe it !!!)
    Songs:132
    Videos:0
    Photos:294
    Capacity:7.3GB
    Available:4.1GB

    i have.

    Network: none (haaa still cand believe it !!!)
    Songs:215
    Videos:3 ( kinda heavy)
    Photos:70
    Capacity:7.3GB
    Available:5.8GB

    also, i have like every single software installer.app provide and like 80 contacts.
    so. maybe they just have 50000 contacts and 1 gb of sms, or all their songs are tiesto remixes of 1 and a half hours.... dunno but maybe the software unlock its
    about 1 - 1.5 gb? someone with a similar filled iphone can compare? tx


 

 

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