Hackers readying for iPhone 2.1 July 26th, 2008
Apple just released iPhone 2.1 beta to developers. This new version provides upgrades to the Core Location service, which might mean that turn-by-turn GPS functionality on the latest iPhone 3G is not too far behind. Also included is some hints of the Push Notification API that was announced by Jobs at WWDC last month. This will enable application developers to have pseudo-background-processing capabilities.
It did not take long, however, for hackers to announce that the PWNAGE tool is ready for iPhone 2.1.
I can't wait to test this once the new iPhone 2.1 firmware is out for consumers.