If you've seen the pics of the purported next-generation iPhone built from allegedly leaked parts, you probably noticed it looks a whole lot like the iPhone 4/4S. While this may seem to poke at the persistent rumors of a Steve-overseen overhaul of the 5-year-old handset, the idea that Apple needed to ditch its glass-and-metal enclosure to transform the iPhone was always a bit farfetched.
If you're a jailbreaker with a 3GS or just updated to the latest firmware 3.1.2 to fix those comas and other problems, you'll be pleased to know that the Dev Team has released Pwnage Tool 3.1.4 on Tuesday which will allow jailbreaking of 3.1.2 and the 3GS.
Either Gene Munster, senior Piper Jaffray analyst, has an insider at
Apple, sees the glass as overflowing instead of half empty, or just
really believes in Steve Jobs, because his predictions always tend to be
on the, well, optimistic side.
Together, the iPhone 3.0 OS update and iPhone 3GS offer faster Web
surfing, gaming, and Twittering than ever. Here's what's new in the
iPhone OS and accessible to all iPhone users. We also review the 3GS,
the fastest, slickest most fun iPhone yet.
Just a few days after the Dev-Team released the 3.0 jailbreak and the ultraSn0w carrier unlock for the iPhone 3G, they have published a blog post saying that the same unlocks for the 3GS are laughably easy.