26-04-2011 12:17 PM
There are no options as you yourself pointed out in a previous post for entering an Apple device on that form. Think I will wait for a forum moderator to contact me regarding this matter.
26-04-2011 12:53 PM
Apparently a previous poster found that selecting 'Vodafone phones' on the form and entering the make & model details in the 'model' field worked for her.
27-04-2011 12:43 AM
You don't need to worry or stress here, please follow the simple steps below to get in touch and get your iPhones unlocked.
Go to the contact us page
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Use the subject line "EFT165 your eForum query"
In the main body of text place a link to this thread.
In the main body of text include your handset model and version and the imei number (*#06#)
If you can do this your email will be sent to the eForum team directly who will be able to get this all requested for you.
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17-06-2012 10:27 AM
That's because your unlock was done by jail breaking the phone
Not if the procedure detailed on the site is the procedure which happens in reality — none of the steps associated with jailbreaking appear to be listed.
17-06-2012 12:10 PM
The link has been removed so I can't check it but my understanding from everything I'v seen and read is that only Apple can 'legally' unlock and iPhone and then only on the request of the network that the phone was locked to.