SPOTLIGHT: NJ teen gets iPhone to work on T-Mobile USA

In an elaborate hack, a 17-year-old from New Jersey named George Hotz has managed to unlock his iPhone and get it up and running on T-Mobile USA's network. While T-Mobile USA subscribers now have a glimmer of hope for using the device, it's big news for most international mobile users looking for an iPhone as well. Last November the Copyright Office ruled that unlocking phones is legal. Article

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