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Falkner 18th February 2009 03:53 PM

What’s the latest to unlock iphone?
 
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I have a questions hopefully someone can help me out.
Has anyone used any unlocking software for iphones? Wanted to know how well it works. I unlocked my phone a year ago and never upgraded it after that

Geek 18th February 2009 10:03 PM

Hi,

I'd upgrade it soon while unlocking phones is still legal. I read there will soon be a DMCA loophole filled for that.

Cheers!

g.george 19th February 2009 01:40 PM

Re:What’s the latest to unlock iphone?
 
Here’s a great software that helps you unlocking your iphone in order to run on other networks. The software can unlock 3G iPhone in minimum time which is available at http://www.unlockiphonelive.net/ allowing it to work on any compatible network. Along with unlocking the handset, the software also adds features like video recording and instant message capability.

djdjdjdj 20th June 2013 03:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Falkner (Post 1749015)
I have a questions hopefully someone can help me out.
Has anyone used any unlocking software for iphones? Wanted to know how well it works. I unlocked my phone a year ago and never upgraded it after that

Well.Recently,I had unlocked my iphone from vodafone network using Remote unlocking method.which is the safe and secure method to unlock iphone.And, i got this service from Unlock-Zone.com here they helped you to unlock my iphone using latest versions of iTunes software.

Fast Eddie D 20th June 2013 04:01 PM

I have a 3 pound sledghammer that'll unlock anything.

I hate cellphones, but I did break down and get one a few years ago. I have hands like a gorilla and terrible eyesight, and they seriously confound me. Plus they seem to have a mind of their own; I think I'm dialing one party but the cellphone has other ideas. :confused: Plus my cellphone answers itsself while it's still in my pocket and dials at random without any prompting from me. It's absolutely awful.

Is the word ergonomics in an engineer's vocabulary anymore? When I went to engineering school, ergonomics was always a primary consideration. If I would have presented a modern cellphone to one of my professors as a project, I would have been ostracised from academia for life.

AndrewT 20th June 2013 04:11 PM

I set a design and model project to year7 for a phone handset.
During my quite short explanation of critical specifications, I indicated using a thumb and piked stretched to reach from ear to mouth that the appropriate dimension for speaker to mic would be approx XXXX.

Some bright spark whose parents obviously had far too much money produced a "modern" mobile that was about half that length. Sigh, how do I over-rule a real life example. Well I had to accept that some designs work with smaller than optimum dimensions.

Fast Eddie D 20th June 2013 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by AndrewT (Post 3532943)
I set a design and model project to year7 for a phone handset.
During my quite short explanation of critical specifications, I indicated using a thumb and piked stretched to reach from ear to mouth that the appropriate dimension for speaker to mic would be approx XXXX.

Some bright spark whose parents obviously had far too much money produced a "modern" mobile that was about half that length. Sigh, how do I over-rule a real life example. Well I had to accept that some designs work with smaller than optimum dimensions.

Cell phones are ergonomically designed for munchkins. And their sound quality is terrible.

Maybe if cellphones had been around when I was a young adult, I would be more comfortable with them. While their convenience can't be denied, their ease of use compared to land lines is several quantum steps down.

Cars have been made much smaller than yesteryear, and better in virtually every way too. Why can't the same be done for cellphones?

They are virtually indispensable for modern life too. They are a necessity for any working person. How did we ever get by without them? :confused:

DF96 21st June 2013 08:56 PM

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How did we ever get by without them?
As I once explained to a (young) friend: we made arrangements and stuck to them. This might seem impossible/undesirable to anyone under 40, but to old fogies like me this still seems to be the best way to do life.


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