Apple releases iPhone 2.0.1 software

Apple releases iPhone 2.0.1 software
If you plug in your iPhone to the computer, you’ll see that iTunes asks you to update the software to the new 2.0.1 version. It is expected to fix bugs which, as we’ve said before, are experienced by many (including us). There is no official information what will really be fixed but we can cross our fingers that most problems will be gone once updated. If you take the upgrade, make sure to post a comment on how the new device feels.

To those who have their iPhones jailbroken: keep in mind that updating to the 2.0.1 will “lock” your phone to the App Store only, or at least until the new PwnageTool gets out.


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