Apple Releases iPhone Firmware 2.1 and iTunes 8

Apple has just released iTunes 8 and the iTouch and iPhone firmware 2.1! You will need to download iTunes 8 in order to get the new firmware. And unfortunately it looks as though iTunes 8 has blocked the Pwnge tool. However the iphone-dev team knows about this and will have a patch http://blog.iphone-dev.org/post/49689803/countermeasures Enjoy!

Apple has just released iTunes 8 and the iTouch and iPhone firmware 2.1!

You will need to download iTunes 8 in order to get the new firmware. And unfortunately it looks as though iTunes 8 has blocked the Pwnge tool. However the iphone-dev team knows about this and will have a patch

http://blog.iphone-dev.org/post/49689803/countermeasures

Enjoy!

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