Well, it finally happened. A group has managed to write a hack for the iPhone that lets users swap out their own sim cards. The details behind both the hack and the group are sketchy, but Engadget swears up and down that the hack is legit and that it will lets users run the iPhone with any GSM card on any local network.
The hack is also completely software-based, meaning there will be no cracking open of the case or soldering of exotic modchips necessary. Good news, seeing as how perilous opening up the iPhone can be.
It would seem to be a foregone conclusion that Apple would slap a sease-and-desist on these guys. However, there may be some precedent to protect the iphonesimfree crew...
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