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The differences between the regular and pro are not massive but they are definitely worthwhile. I do not regret spending the extra for a second. I probably use this more than any other effect in my arsenal for casual or impromptu performances.

My routine allows one spectator to guess my bank card pin, another to guess my unlock code. I can reveal both peoples birthdates (and no they don't both put their birth dates in my phone) and then I can unlock both phones (and again they don't both put their code in my phone). There is a logical link between each phase and other than a little cold reading I don't have to do anything at all. This means that I am never in a position where I have nothing on me. I have shared my routine in the pro group.

Michael Murray has a very nice routine for iunlock that actually allows his to write his passcode on a business card before they unlock his phone. In this thread there has been a lot of focus on unlocking the spectators phone but just them unlocking your phone plays incredibly strong, far stronger than I imagined when I first purchased the app.

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Marks routine is brilliant and yet another reason to get the Pro version. I, too, use IUYM Pro more than any other iPhone app (and I have many). If you're still on the fence about this (and its not a money issue for you) take the plunge. You will not regret it.

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Can I ask where the pro version is sold, and what are the features of this?!

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On Sep 21, 2014, Mark_Chandaue wrote:
The differences between the regular and pro are not massive but they are definitely worthwhile. I do not regret spending the extra for a second. I probably use this more than any other effect in my arsenal for casual or impromptu performances.

My routine allows one spectator to guess my bank card pin, another to guess my unlock code. I can reveal both peoples birthdates (and no they don't both put their birth dates in my phone) and then I can unlock both phones (and again they don't both put their code in my phone). There is a logical link between each phase and other than a little cold reading I don't have to do anything at all. This means that I am never in a position where I have nothing on me. I have shared my routine in the pro group.

Michael Murray has a very nice routine for iunlock that actually allows his to write his passcode on a business card before they unlock his phone. In this thread there has been a lot of focus on unlocking the spectators phone but just them unlocking your phone plays incredibly strong, far stronger than I imagined when I first purchased the app.

Mark


Mark, I am in the pro Facebook group , where did you post it? very interested....

Mark
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I believe you have to contact Myke Phillips directly. You can PM him. Very easy to deal with.
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Thanks everyone for the replies, very helpful! I was at a friends house last night and he has an iPhone 5S and we started to talk about the newest ones that just came out. He said that he won't upgrade as he doesn't need a bigger screen, but me having a 4S it would be a worthwhile upgrade. We got to talking about the features on his phone and he said the biggest change that he liked was the ability to use your fingerprint to unlike his phone, make purchases etc...he said its so much easier now that he would never type in a password ever again. That got me to thinking on the longevity of INYM with more and more people just using their fingerprint to unlock their phones, particularly with the cost involved. Thoughts?
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Hi Lunatik,


Initially we were a little worried about this but the integration of the fingerprint scanner has made IUYM even more workable now because, I'm assuming, most people did not use their Passcodes before for their iPhones as it was a pain in the rear to keep entering it in all day. Now, with the fingerprint scanner it's very convenient to have this security measure switched on and as a result you have to have a passcode set up as a secondary method to unlock your iPhone in case the fingerprint scanner doesn't work. The finger print scanner is a little sensitive towards rain and sweat.


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In relation to people's concerns about people revealing PIN codes, I have found that asking for a memorable date is an excellent substitute. This makes logical sense in the order of the routine also.

I always perform name/place by bob cassidy, and ask the first spectator to think of a person who has some meaning for them. I have found that if I use this routine after perform the iunlock, the chances are high of them picking the same name that relates to the date. This gives another nice 'hit' when cold reading and fishing for information prior to the name reveal, and also removes any issues around people and their PIN codes

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Thanks myke for the help, if you don't mind, can you PM me the differences between the reg and pro and the prices? thanks!
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I love this app so much..

I've used it in most, if not all of my paying gigs! So it has already paid for itself. Smile

I have combined this with Peter Turner's "Wish you were here" routine for close-up performances.. I have a spectator imagine a place they'd like to take a trip to, and in doing so imagine seeing the four digits as they build this image in their mind.

After successfully intuiting the pin and unlocking the phone, the exact image they had in mind is the background image of my phone!

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Quote:
On Oct 4, 2012, Alan Rorrison wrote:
Keep your eyes peel folks. this is gonna be a killer. I just hope he dosnt price it to cheap so every punter will buy it... stick around the £20 mark, this will keep most of the joe public away from it and is still cheap enough got for the serious magi!


If only he had taken your advice Alan. Smile
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Pagasus.......... your point being??
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Pagasus? Lol. Keep yer nose out rasp-berry.
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Wow did you think that up all by yourself........... rush me to the burns unit!!
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So, difference between this and Code Breaker?
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Code breaker?
Mark_Chandaue
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The difference between this and code breaker is that in code breaker the primary effect is that you unlock their phone. With iunlockyourmind the primary effect is that the spectator unlocks your phone and in doing so gives you additional info which could include their birthday, their own pass code bank pin or other key dates. Unless you are thinking of the other effect of a similar name (there are two different effects with code breaker names) in the other one the spectator unlocks your phone but you have to handle the phone. Iunlockyourmind is completely hands off and allows you to harvest additional info.

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pegasus
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Will this be updated to accept the now default 6 digit pin? That would make the effect all the more incredible I would suggest.
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Well I guess I will have to stick with code breaker by Greg Wilson and I forgot the other name. But since I have a note 4 code breaker would work better for me on others phones.
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Be good for for this app to be updated as mentioned above as looks dated on my 6s with new ios
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