Apple has started to release new iPhone 3GS handsets with an updated bootrom and we reported that it rendered those iPhones jailbreak proof. This isn't true Eric McDonald, an iPhone Dev-Team member, said in a Wired interview released last week.
Barely 24 hours after Apple released OS 4.1, a hacker found an exploit that will allow for jailbreaking. The question is, do we really need this anymore?
iPhone OS hacker, GeoHot, released Blackra1n RC2 today, an updated jailbreak utility for the iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch.
The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and a team of iPhone hackers continues with the release of PwanageTool 3.1.4 for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Which machines need the update?
Boosts Boot Camp functionality.
Many eligible MacBook Pros cannot receive the updaate.
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