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Question about updating my iPhone 3GS


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So I have an unlocked iPhone 3GS on firmware 4.1 with an iPad baseband of 06.15.00. Will I lose my carrier unlock if I update it to 4.3.5??
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If you are going to update the firmware, you will lose your carrier unlock.
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