Couldn't find a reference to this posted anywhere else, so I thought I'd start a new thread. There's been much debate on these forums as of late regarding exactly how many iPhones have been hacked and unlocked. Well, as the following two links point out, Piper Jaffray estimated as many as 10% of the iPhones sold in September (and presumably several of the iPhones that had been sold before then, as unlock methods were not available before this time): LINK 1 LINK 2 "Last week Piper Jaffray and Co. estimated that as many as 10 percent of the 1.05 million iPhones sold in the three months ended in September may have been modified to run on wireless networks that compete with AT&T, costing the carrier and Apple an undetermined amount of money." Of course, this doesn't take into account the number of "hacked" phones, which I would guess would be much, much higher (since there are several users who have AT&T service that hacked their phones for the third party applications). So according to a company with very close ties to Apple and a large interest in researching these types of statistics, we've got as many as 100,000 unlocked iPhones and possibly more hacked ones.