Well, here we are; Unlocks as we know them are becoming a thing of the past and this new wave of techno wizardry is making headlines along with endorsements from the Dev team. I see post saying, soon Apple will figure a way to reverse the unlock, so I ask myself and now those of you reading; Does Apple care and why? Apple is not a carrier, they make the product the carriers buy and sell and/or lease to us. One would think Apple would be tickled "red" because with unlocks becoming a common place while somewhat costly to some, would eventually mean more iPhones in more consumers hands; The iPhone is still superior to other phones on the market. We could be on the brink of seeing a major about face from Apple on how they view unlocks. Hmm, maybe one day you walk in an Apple store with your old or newly bought iPhone and for a mere fee, the in-store team unlocks your iPhone on the spot. Aah, then we could actually see the days of old when true competition amongst carriers to bring us in for their respective plans occur.. I think when it's said and done, Apple stops caring and this becomes a WIN WIN for the consumer...... Thoughts????