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Friday, July 27, 2007 

iPhone: More Hacks

Frustrated with the nearly $1,400 contract commitment that a new iPhone activation demands, hackers are doing what they do best: finding a way around the problem.

Cell-phone modding site hacktheiphone has posted detailed instructions for altering the iPhone to allow it to accept SIM cards from Cingular and AT&T phones activated under previous contract terms.

The creator of the site is careful to acknowledge that this hack does not constitute a full unlocking of the iPhone, and will not allow the use of SIM cards from any carrier other than Cingular or AT&T.

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