Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 29th Aug 2007 20:48 UTC
Apple AT&T and Apple may face an uphill battle prosecuting hackers who untether the iPhone from the AT&T wireless network, says BusinessWeek. While in USA legal problems might arise, in Canada the scene is alive and well. We received word that PureMobile will offer unlocked iPhones to its customers, and will soon be hosting a competition to give some away for free.
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There are iPhone users that have travelled to Europe. It's no dfferent then using my Blackberry which support quad band frequencies to travel on other GSM carriers networks. The only thing that iPhone users can't use in the Europe is the widely used 3G (HSDPA/UMTS) and this is only due to lacking the 3G chip.

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