Unlock iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4

What is the difference between SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus models and T-Mobile models?

What is the difference between SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus models and T-Mobile models?

Earlier today, Apple finally started selling unlocked SIM-free versions of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the U.S.

Some readers did not get what was the big deal as the T-Mobile iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models were unlocked and could be used with any carrier. 

SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now available in the U.S.

SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now available in the U.S.

As expected, Apple has started selling unlocked, SIM-free versions of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on its U.S. online store.

Apple to start selling SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models in the U.S. tomorrow

Apple to start selling SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models in the U.S. tomorrow

As it stands right now, buying an unlocked iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in the U.S. from Apple means buying a device that’s unlocked but includes a T-Mobile SIM card in the package.

How to unlock your iPhone to use it on a different carrier

How to unlock your iPhone to use it on a different carrier

Many of you might have purchased an iPhone that is locked to a single carrier. This is typically when you buy the device at a subsidised price, and sign a two or three year contract. So here’s a post detailing all the unlocking options you have.

Cellphone unlocking legal starting August 1

Cellphone unlocking legal starting August 1

Not too long ago, it was illegal to unlock your cellphone. Now, with a lot of hard work, petitions, and making the circuitous route through “the system,” the President of the United States will sign into law legally unlocking your phone.

Cellphone unlocking bill approved by House of Representatives, now moves to receive President’s signature

Cellphone unlocking bill approved by House of Representatives, now moves to receive President’s signature

In 2013, it was made illegal to unlock smartphones and tablets, which brought on cries of disdain from many Thankfully, some individuals in the government decided to take up the charge on settings things right, and now it looks like the process is one step away from completion. And success.

Unlocking bill passes through Senate with ‘unanimous consent agreement,’ now moves to the House

Unlocking bill passes through Senate with ‘unanimous consent agreement,’ now moves to the House

Having a device be unlocked, whether it is tied to an active contract/agreement or not, has been an issue for quite some time. But recently, there’s been a bigger focus put on the effort from government officials. Now, a new unlocking bill is closer to reality than ever before, as it moves through one stage and into the next.

New iCloud Removal service bypasses Apple’s Activation Lock feature

New iCloud Removal service bypasses Apple’s Activation Lock feature

In iOS 7, Apple added a anti-theft feature called Activation Lock to the Find My iPhone service, which ties your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with your Apple ID so that your lost or stolen iOS device, cannot be used or restored without the login credentials.

Further steps taken on the cell phone unlocking bill, bulk unlocking takes a focus

Further steps taken on the cell phone unlocking bill, bulk unlocking takes a focus

Earlier this year, a bill was passed to make unlocking cell phones legal. While it was passed, there were some caveats that many couldn’t ignore. Further steps are now being taken on the bill, which is being introduced with a new version.

Sprint to make all devices domestically unlockable from February 11, 2015

Sprint to make all devices domestically unlockable from February 11, 2015

Sprint has updated its unlocking policy, which now states that it will make all devices launched after February 11, 2015 unlockable so that they can be used on other domestic networks such as AT&T or T-Mobile.