SPOTLIGHT: Apple was right, unlocked phones disabled


A recent warning that Apple gave to owners of unlocked iPhones, or iPhone that had been hacked to work on other carriers' networks, has proven true. Unlocked iPhones that received the most recent OTA update from the handset maker have become disabled, according to reports. Article

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