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Old 09-23-2012, 07:48 AM   #71
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It's the first time Verizon iPhones have been able to access AT&T's network without complicated hacking procedures. The feature gives Verizon customers the option to switch carriers rather than renewing an expired contract.
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Originally Posted by Dave_S View Post
It looks like iPhone 5 has another bug, or rather feature. It seems that all it takes is to plug in an AT&T SIM into a Verizon iPhone 5 and you are up an running on the AT&T network. Apparently Apple forgot to SIM lock the Verizon iPhone 5.


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This is becoming more and more amusing.
The only thing that could be much better would be if the phone battery got so hot that the users had to wear an OVEN GLOVE to hold the Apple 5.

See another "Steve Jobs" fix. Just hold it right. (Maybe inf front of the destination.) "Oh, there it is. Apple's mapping was right."

"Yes Apple now provides multi-carrier solutions at the same time."

This is going to be a good Sunday. I need an Apple fan to talk to.
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