Command-line commandos are rejoicing at the ability to place Linux on the iPhone. The Mac|Life staff is excited about streaming Karate Kid to their iPhones. Plus, we wonder how great keynotes would be if they were under the sea.
QuickPWN has already managed jailbreaking the iPhone’s 2.2 firmware
updates, thanks to the incredible efforts of their own developer team.
QuickPWN 2.2 is already available for free for both Windows and Mac
With all the different peripherals for the iPhone, one would expect a keyboard to hit the market. Apple has yet to release anything to soothe the hungry iPhone folks, but one individual did manage to beat third party hardware vendors to the punch.
The lovable nerds over at Gizmodo are reporting on a ginormous flaw in the iPhone’s “security.” As it turns out, setting a four-digit passcode for your phone is about as secure as that Post-It Note on your monitor that has your network password written on it. With a few not-entirely-unintuitive-anyway taps, anyone who picks up your locked phone can browse your contacts and make calls, surf the web, see your bookmarks, and have full access to your email and SMS messages.