It’s finally happened: as of today, unlocking your cellphone to work on other networks or carrier is legal again in the US. The White House and Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT), who helped pass legislation earlier this year, announced that President Barack Obama is signing the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act.
The ground rules are now well established: iOS is very much Apple’s software, and you either accept it or find a different phone. In contrast, Android lets you swap out one dialer or SMS app for another, supports home screen widgets and even lets you install alternative launchers if you want to (now an official feature with Lollipop). That’s the first major difference that most users are already aware of.
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