iPhone 5 Unlock Will Be Possible Officially


by casey on April 22, 2011

Here is a great news for iPhone users willing to buy next upcoming device by Apple. iPhone 5 unlock will be possible officially. It will be able to use any network carrier which means iPhone 5 will be unlocked by the company. It will be able to use both GSM and CDMA networks. It has been confirmed by Verizon Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo that iPhone 5 will be a “GLOBAL DEVICE”. So are you excited to use unlock ed iPhone 5 device??

Verizon Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo revealed during a conference call discussing the carrier’s earnings announcement that Apple’s next iPhone will be a “global device”, presumably referring to a world-mode

“The fluctuation, I believe, will come when a new device from Apple is launched, whenever that may be, and that we will be, on the first time, on equal footing with our competitors on a new phone hitting the market, which will also be a global device”

verizon iphone 4 chip

Currently there are different two different iPhone 4 devices offered by AT&T and Verizon. AT&T offers a GSM based network for iPhone while Verizon is a CDMA based network carrier for iPhone 4 device.

Previously we have told you that the upcoming iPhone uses Qualcomm processor inside it which means it might offer both Verizon and AT&T at the same time. It was revealed by iFixit after a tear down of Verizon iPhone 4. You can check that report posted iPhone 5 Qualcomm Chipset Supports Both CDMA & GSM

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  • Randyd2

    Thats great news, but with all the unlocking methods out there, having to pay to verizone to unlock my phone sounds like another method to make money. The unlockiphone4k method , worked the best for my iphone4 until now

  • Leecoretta

    Well buy a used one from an old carrier user, with a GOOD ESN. Then reverse that shit to sprint/ t mobile/ etc. Also about out to my uncle. He owns Qualcomm.

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