“The tip comes with warnings that no more information can be disclosed just this moment but also that more should become apparent in the near future,” Electronista reports. “While the capture itself (only a portion of which is seen below for the sake of the source) is believed to be genuine, the authenticity of the ID itself is difficult to determine.”
“Readers should take severe caution as it’s possible to fake the carrier ID with a modified iPhone,” Electronista reports. “However, such a modification would be unusual as current iPhones use GSM, not CDMA, and would expose the inaccuracy of trying to associate a present-day model with an incompatible network.”
Full article, with the iPhone screenshot, here.
MacDailyNews Note: To snap a screenshot of any iPhone screen, simply hold the “Home” button then press and release the “Sleep” button on top right of the iPhone. The screenshot will be in your iPhone’s “Camera Roll.”
Today is Martin Luther King Day, a U.S. federal holiday. The markets are closed today in the U.S. and many people have the day off. Consequently, we expect news to be light, although we do hope to bring you Apple-related news throughout the day.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “CYxodus” for the heads up.]