Marco Arment:

The majority of cellular phones sold in the U.S. are carrier-locked. Furthermore, since the two biggest networks in the U.S. operate with different radio standards and cannot share devices, there’s almost zero demand for unlocked phones here.

He does a great job of setting the record straight – I like Marco – have no clue how this made it to an actual case.


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