1073 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Aug 1, 2008 4:52 AM by imac user intel
I appreciate the reply ... however, went back to itunes to check for the
'WARNING' THAT if the iphone was UNLOCKED that itunes would erased the
iphones operating system. There was no such warning, at least I didn't
I'm sure if it was "visible" people would NOT attempt to use itunes's upgraded software 2.
SO YES, it is apple's/itunes fault for being manipulative and underhanded towards iphone owners that have unlocked iphones. In Europe a lot of
people have unlocked phones .... is apple also playing around with their
operating systems or are they discriminating against Canadians only?
And hey apple ... we also/have used (PLS NOTE COULD BE PAST TENSE) your other products, such as, computers, laptops and software programs (actually just bought 2 more apple computers & the updated software)... we've spent a lot of money on your products over many years ... so you are messing around with loyal clients that have supported and bought your company products for many years.
The price of the Iphone is peanuts compared to what we pay/have paid for apples other products. Just be aware apple .... there's lots of competition out
there for both your computers and iphones???? Thanks a lot.
Update to 2.0 changes the baseband of the phone. Even if you downgrade you will be locked again.
If you have legitimately bought the phone unlocked in some other country you can try to revert to the original configuration but that is considered a hack and you will need to downgrade iTunes and follow procedures outside apple support
Your phone is likely still functioning properly. You have brought it back to a locked state by installing the new software. You have a couple of choices..... you can downgrade the software back to 1.1.4 and unlock again, or you can activate the phone on AT&T network.
If you chose to unlock it again, you should google search, there is plenty of info out there.