It's obvious why this has happened though. This method means you're tied into a contract, or you're paying O2 and Apple a massive wodge of cash for the privilege of owning a 3G iPhone. We're disappointed about this decision, but it does make business sense -- and the official apps do take most of the sting away. But before you go and buy one with dreams of unlocking it, you have been warned.
Apple cracks down on iPhone unlocking
Posted on Tuesday, Jun 10 2008 @ 19:29 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck