It’s true, the iPhone 2.0.2 software update is now officially out for download, either from iTunes or directly from Apple’s servers. Obviously, this will “upgrade” your previous iPhone software, and if you managed to hack/pwn it, all the changes you’ve made will revert back to normal after updating.
At the moment we haven’t heard of anyone being able to pwn their phones again while they are running the 2.0.2 iPhone software, but let us know if you get wind of anything about it.
As usual, the new iPhone software update offers bug fixes and little else after that. Or at least, that’s what Apple says. The unwritten changes include, of course, it will re-lock your phone, erase all your unofficial third-party apps, and steal your candy, you cry baby you. That means it’s not for the faint of heart!
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