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iPhone Lawsuit Seeks Over $1 Billion in Damages;


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Major Payne

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Lawyers filed a class action lawsuit against Apple and AT&T because the iPhone is locked to AT&T's wireless network.

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Tal

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Oh wait, that really wasn't expected! :)

Bypassing the iPhone lock isn't a big deal - I saw people modifying their phones so they work on the local Orange and Cellcom networks, and we're talking GSM networks - I fail to see how they inserted the Smart Card in, or does AT&T use GSM with iPhones?
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