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+ - Apple Breaks Law with Policy on iPhone Unlocks->

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Anonymous Coward writes "Apple's recent decision to void warranties for folks that unlocked their iPhones may wind up with Apple in some hot legal waters. Apple appears to have broken a key warranty law relevant to SIM unlocks.

It appears that Apple will have to change its policy on SIM unlocks, or be in clear violation of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act... a law decades old."

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Apple Breaks Law with Policy on iPhone Unlocks

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