A British firm's plan to sell software that could open the iPhone to non-US networks has been put on hold following legal threats.
Last week, Belfast-based UniquePhones joined several others in claiming it had cracked the code which locked iPhone into AT&T's network.
But a middle-of-the-night phone call from AT&T's lawyers have forced the firm to rethink its plans.
It will now take legal advice to assess the ramifications, the firm said.
According to UniquePhones, it received a 3am call from a lawyer claiming to represent AT&T and warning it that selling unlocking software could constitute copyright infringement and illegal software dissemination.
Interesting... BBC News Report