lemonadesoda, no offence but your argument is bordering on childish unrealistic extremes which would be laughed of any back-wood southern American court run by yokels. The product is sold specified locked to a single network and a specified configuration if you do wish to modify something you own you cannot expect the selling company to be responsible for incompatibilities caused by attempts to circumvent the agreed specification. This case just signifies that in American law people can lack self responsibility and sue for that fact. If people want unlcoked I-phones they should wait until they are officially available by the manufacturer or run the risk of ruing your own device by using unofficial software then going to Apple for official software updates.
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