August 25, 2007

iPhone unlocked: AT&T loses iPhone exclusivity

It's high noon, Apple and AT&T -- we really hate to break it to you, but the jig is up. Last night the impossible was made possible: right in front of our very eyes we witnessed a full SIM unlock of our iPhone with a small piece of software. It's all over, guys.

The iPhoneSIMfree.com team called us up to prove their claim that they cracked Apple's iPhone SIM lock system, and prove it they did. (No, we don't have a copy of the unlock software, so don't even ask us, ok?) The six-man team has been working non-stop since launch day, and they're officially the first to break Apple's SIM locks on the iPhone with software. It's done. Seriously. They wouldn't tell us when and how they would release it to the public, but you can certainly bet that they'll try to make a buck on their solution (and rightly so).

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Orkut Redesign

The new look for the second biggest social network on the planet is below.


Looks Good isn't it....

August 7, 2007

iPhone Unlocked in Europe

So someone did what everyone's been waiting for a long time. Hackers in Europe have claimed to have unlocked iPhone by making use of a SIM reader/writer and a blank SIM card. And what they have is the iPhone making calls with full SMS capabilities on their home network. And the cost? $96!! How? Well you can read it on the hackintosh Forum.


This has been tested, and apparently a reader managed to unlock the phone successfully. I wonder how long before someone discovers a software-based unlocking mechanism.