The latest post over at the UniquePhones
blog says it pretty succinctly, but the group (which is apparently still in a legal quagmire
with regard to the sale of its software) is claiming they've been presented with "incredible changes" today, which will result in a "clear response" and everyone "[getting] what [they] are looking for" in the next few days. What that specifically means we don't really know, but the question on everyone's lips remains: is UniquePhones's claim to have SIM unlock software a hoax or stunt? We still don't have any idea about that, either -- no one's seen or verified the technique. Still, we've already seen that a software SIM unlock is possible
, so it's not like this is really hard to believe, nor is it something a company whose entire business is cellphone unlocking would want to risk its cred over. Either way, somebody had better get cracking releasing this stuff (pun so intended), else we'll be seeing an explosion of newbs attempting The Hotz Method
and wreckifying their devices.