1. naivete's Avatar
    Is that right?

    But the iPhone has a major drawback: the cellphone network it uses. It only works with AT&T (formerly Cingular), won't come in models that use Verizon or Sprint and can't use the digital cards (called SIM cards) that would allow it to run on T-Mobile's network. So, the phone can be a poor choice unless you are in areas where AT&T's coverage is good. It does work overseas, but only via an AT&T roaming plan.
    06-29-2007 01:21 PM
  2. Insp_Gadget's Avatar
    I can't say for sure. Steve Jobs mentioned a SIM slot during the introduction of the iPhone (although you really couldn't see it in the presentation...and they never showed a SIM tray or other means of swapping a SIM).

    Since Walt used one for two weeks, I would think he would know if there was a SIM slot where Steve pointed. I hope there is one, but even if there is, I doubt Apple would let the phone be used anywhere but on AT&T per their agreement.
    06-29-2007 01:51 PM
  3. marcol's Avatar
    06-29-2007 02:35 PM
  4. braj's Avatar
    Ah, that's a big improvement over nothing
    06-29-2007 02:42 PM
  5. Insp_Gadget's Avatar
    Works for me.
    06-29-2007 02:54 PM
  6. whatever7's Avatar
    I am sure someone will unlock it in a few days.
    06-29-2007 03:36 PM
  7. rsnadel's Avatar
    Given that you can only activate the phone through iTunes, I'm not so sure unlocking will do any good.
    06-29-2007 03:55 PM