Apple just started selling unlocked iPhones, but people have been unlocking their own phones since day one. T-Mobile says they already have over one million iPhone users on their network – micro SIM and 3G support be damned. [9to5 Mac]
The original iPhone launched back in 2007, and it didn’t take long for hackers to work out how to unlock the thing. And now the first ever iPhone to be successfully unlocked is up for sale on eBay for the paltry asking price of 2000 Australian dollars.
The Android Dev Phone 1, a totally unlocked G1, is available to “developers” for only $US399 after paying a small setup fee. Just register as a developer over at the Android Market and the phone is yours.