New Jersey Teen Switches iPhone Network
By Kerri Krueger
George Hotz, a 17-year old from a town in
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“The hack is complicated and uses skill with soldering and software,” said Hotz. “It takes around two hours to do.” Hotz revealed the juicy details in his on-line blog, which has raised questions of companies buying iPhones and unlocking them in order to increase sales overseas.
The adaptations and modifications made on the phone leave all of the normal functions working, except for the visual voicemail feature which shows voicemail messages and incoming e-mail messages. “I wish I could have made the instructions simpler, but that’s the simplest I could make them.” Hotz said.
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