The highly anticipated iPhone hacking/unlocking/jailbreaking/and more tool, Pwnage, scheduled for release yesterday by the iPhone Dev Team, has been delayed. According to the Dev Team, the release has been delayed in order to clarify potential legal issues with the release.
A new video of an iPhone running iPhone firmware 2.0 has surfaced. Posted on Gizmodo earlier, the video shows an iPhone running a fully hacked iPhone firmware 2.0 (or 1.2, depending on who you're asking) and demonstrates many of the new features found in the updated firmware.
The 2.0 hack was completed by the iPhone Dev Team, and the hole that was found is described by the Dev Team to be considerably difficult for Apple to close. According to Gizmodo, the hole may be considered "impossible" to close.
The hacked 2.0 firmware allows any GSM carrier and the installation of any third party software. Watch the video below to see the 2.0 iPhone in action
A few days ago we told you about AppSnapp, a single-step process for jailbreaking iPhones running firware version 1.1.1 that doesn't require a PC and improves the overall security of your iPhone. With all that going for it, it comes as no surprise that AppSnapp was, to say the least, very well received by the iPhone community.
The last week or two has seen releases or updates to many popular GUI applications which let you jailbreak an iPhone running firmware version 1.1.1 in a semi-automated fashion. Unfortunately, all of these required multiple steps and a good deal of user interaction. Consider that burden a thing of the past. With the recent release of AppSnapp, owners of iPhones running firmware 1.1.1 can now jailbreak their iPhone and be ready to install third party applications in a single step.
As if that wasn't enough, there's more. AppSnapp runs entirely on the iPhone. There's no need to connect