Just a week ago, we have reported you that someone in the market is finally coming the most awaited iPhone 4 4.11.08 baseband unlock for those users who are stuck on the latest iOS 5.x. We have reported you that R-SIM has claimed that they have at least discovered an exploit in the iOS 5.x basebands for the iPhone 4 to unlock the iPhone on iOS 5.0.1 / 5.1. However, we have also reported that they have claimed to be releasing their upcoming SIM interposer with the iPhone 4 Unlock in a week, but sadly, we have not seen any launch from the developers behind Rebel SIM.
However, a day ago they have released another update on their social handles like always, and claimed publicly this time that they have exploit, but they are failed to completely unlock iPhone 4 04.11.08 baseband on iOS 5, and their developers are required at least a week or two to complete the exploit for the public launch, and then they will launch it in public through their official Each Supplier reseller. No doubt, the team behind R-SIM is very active this time to launch the iPhone 4 “04.11.08” unlock in public, but due to Apple’s high security over the iPhone hardware prevent hackers to achieve their goal in real-time.
UPDATE April 5th
Apparently it is not easy to unlock iphone 4 baseband 4.11.08, but at this time we have at least 50% to unlock the iphone 4, so we still need 1 week more or less to improve the program, and please stop sending email to us, just add our facebook page or twitter or keep an eye on our site, we will update the info once it is available,
Also it is not a April joker.
Well, according to our insights on the R-SIM IV iPhone 4 “04.11.08” Baseband unlock suggests us that their developers have just got hands on the exploit, but currently they are experiencing some compatibility and performance issues on the iPhone 4 devices, like users have experienced with the first generation Gevey SIM, which heats up users iPhone devices, and loses its grip over the phone.
On the other side, it is also rumored that Apple and AT&T is working closely to unlock all the off-contract iPhones, and the program is rumored to be starting from today. However, we have not heard anything yet from our readers regarding the new rumored AT&T unlock program for the iPhone 3GS / iPhone 4 (early) users.
Update: AT&T has just begun its off-contract iPhone unlocking process, and many users including the famous iPhone hacker Chpwn unlocked his iPhone on AT&T.