The new GEVEY Ultra, which can be ordered from the Apple N Berry internet site, includes support for the GSM iPhone four operating on iOS versions 4.1 up to the recent iOS 5.1.
During the last couple of months or so the unlocking part of the jailbreak community has hit a red hot patch, together with possible unlockers first all being shown a new method of iPhone unlocking by using a method that takes advantage of SAM, and today we have the news that the most recent GEVEY Ultra 5.1 currently supports the GSM iPhone 4 running iOS 5.1 with firmwares up to 04.12.01 unlock.
The update to the GEVEY Ultra SIM will come as pleasant news for the thousands of users who count on a hardware based unlock for the iPhone 4 and the fact that the GEVEY SIM is updated with a few extra improvements only increases the great news. As it is always the case with this kind of unlock, a jailbreak is a pre-essential, as is ensuring that the iPhone has been officially activated with the iTunes software prior to the GEVEY Ultra is used.
The new GEVEY Ultra, which can be ordered from the Apple N Berry internet site, includes support for the GSM iPhone 4 operating on iOS versions 4.1 up to the recent iOS 5.1, and will give a hardware based unlock for these basebands:
The modern product is a freshly designed chipset that does not need any cutting in order to fit perfectly in the iPhone 4 and provides longer device battery life due to design changes which means that it operates under the 3-volt standard. The designers are also offering improved reception, much better signal strength, steady voice calls along with a better all round data connection as upgrades to the Ultra 5.1.
If you’re lucky to make Baseband 04.12.01 unlock on iPhone 4 with SAM unlock method, remember to save your activation tickets. For those who have missed out the SAM unlock method and bought Gevey Ultra 5.1 or R-SIM IV they should act quickly and look for a refund. And if you’re still seeking to 04.12.01 unlock basebands on iPhone 4 and are on AT&T, you may contact them to see if they unlock your iPhone for free.