Click to view[UPDATED 7:12AM: added a video from the Swiss guy who did it after the jump.] The invasion of the unlocking methods continues after Israeli hackers claimed another one this Sunday. This is a variation of the hardware unlock, but without any soldering whatsoever. It's still complicated, but completing this McGyver-style feat won't void your warranty. If you don't leave any trace of opening the iPhone, that is.
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