Outspoken but never confrontational, he was proof that even in the competitive and oftentimes aggressive hacking scene, there is a place for both a sharp mind and a kind heart.
Carrier settings updates let your carrier provider update carrier network and related settings to improve cellular network connectivity and performance or add support for features like Vo LTE or Wi-Fi Calling.
Besides putting a SIM from a different carrier into it, how can you tell the i Phone has been factory unlocked for sure?
For more information on Jailbreaking you can visit our Jailbreaking section.Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of third-party websites or products. Other company and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners.Apple makes no representations regarding third-party website accuracy or reliability. Here are the step by step directions: Step 1: Find out your IMEI number by going to Settings About. At the bottom right of the page, click on “Free simlock status check”, as showed below.Step 4: The website will check your IMEI against the database of factory unlocked i Phones and will let you know whether your i Phone is officially unlocked or not.It is important to keep in mind however, that to software unlock your i Phone it is indeed required for it to be Jailbroken.If you purchase an i Phone on a contract then it is locked to that carrier until your contract runs out. When you purchase an unlocked i Phone, meaning you pay the full price for the i Phone, then it can be used with any carrier and there is no-commitments in the length you must stay with that particular carrier.Additionally, it tells you about the warranty status of your device.The whole process should take you just a few seconds, assuming you have your IMEI handy.If your carrier releases a mandatory update, you'll see an OK button instead of an Update button to let you know that the update was downloaded and installed.You can manually check for and install a carrier settings update using these steps: Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.