How To Hack An iPhone


In its first few months on the market, Apple sold 4 million iPhones, but 1.7 million of those iPhones weren't activated on AT&T's network. Where are they?

All over the world, apparently, being unlocked and sold to work with GSM networks from Germany to Australia to China to Saudi Arabia, according to reseller Wireless Imports.

With a small orange device available for $179, Wireless Imports demonstrates in the following slides how easy it is to make an iPhone work on any GSM network -- even T-Mobile's here in the U.S. (although if users upgrade their phones with Apple's 1.1.3 software update, it won't work).



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