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Thursday, July 17, 2008

The iPhone 3G Gets Unlocked

A group in Brazil has unlocked the phone to run on other carriers' networks, and a hacker team has enabled independent apps to run on Apple's latest handset.


Just a few days after its launch, a group from Brazil has managed to unlock Apple's iPhone 3G to operate on almost any GSM carrier.


On its Web site, DesbloqueioBr posted a video showing the unlocked handset making a phone call.In an interview with gadget blog Gizmodo, developer Breno MacMasi said the unlocking process involved modifying the phone's SIM hardware so the International Mobile Subscriber Identity can be overwritten.


The procedure allows iPhone 3G users to makes calls with any compatible GSM carrier, not just ones with which Apple has an exclusive agreement. But users of an unlocked phone wouldn't be guaranteed to have 3G-network access, and Apple could potentially wipe out the hack with a software update.

By Marin Perez
InformationWeek

I DONT KNOW HOW TRUE IS THIS ARTICLE.There's no word yet on the availability of this hack, but I will keep all of those who don't want to pay roaming charges updated.
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