Report: Over a quarter of all iPhones were unlocked

Analyst reports circulating in the news today indicate that about a million iPhones have been unlocked to operate on networks other than AT&T — and that's said to be roughly 27% of all the iPhones sold in 2007. If accurate, the news is not good for Apple: the company earns significantly more when a new iPhone user signs up for service with AT&T. Link. So where are all those unlocked iPhones? This post by Damon Darlin on the NYT's tech blog gathers first-person accounts by folks overseas who weigh in. (Thanks, Adam)