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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mckvakk, Aug 11, 2010.
Apple just released iOS 4.0.2
Guess no more jailbreakme.com
why not? as long as you are on 4.0.1 you can use jailbreakme.com which is why it's important to use tinyumbrella to backup shsh
Lol, what are the update notes? 'fixed security flaw in safari'? Lol
I hope it fixes the 3GS ios4 battery drain issue.
Seems like the software isn't available for me in iTunes yet. But http://ios.e-lite.org/ has direct links.
Dear (entity of your choice) no, I don't want to look at all of the "n00b updated to 4.0.2 need jailbreak plz" threads.
Lol, what a WASTE of update. Apple, should have just included this in 4.1 for next month. They could have at least said "bug fixes" and maybe more people would have downloaded it and it could have tricked them.
Apple is sure quick to "fix" a jailbreak,
while users continue to struggle with the proximity sensor/cheek hang-ups.
If by old you mean by about 5 minutes, yes. Give OP a break.
I think this is more of a public relations bug fix more than anything else. Yes, it could have and should have waited till 4.1.
Now, if this would have said bug fixes and prox. sensor fix then, hmm, I would have probably updated.
there not bothering with 1st gen iPhones
Nope. Those will probably never be updated again.
1st gen phones seem to have been phased out already, so no more updates.
They're not fixing the jailbreak. They've never bothered moving this quick just to fix a jailbreak before.
What they are fixing is the vulnerability that allows the jailbreak. This vulnerability is the first one with the potential to be adapted to place malware on the iPhone to do some real damage and I'm bloody glad they have moved this quick.
Perhaps the devteam could learn from this. Perhaps they could manage their exploits so that they're not a threat to normal users. I doubt it though. I don't believe they're responsible enough.
But not even for security vulnerabilities? Seems harsh to those still using them.
What is actually in this up update?
Apple's war with jailbreak is getting absolutely ***** ridiculous
They should just leave it alone and let people who want to jailbreak do it.
4.0.2 is Apple's missile against jailbreaking even though JB is PERFECTLY LEGAL.
You can get a fix to the exploit in cydia, well kind of, it asks if the website is trusted before allowing you to open the PDF, not foolproof but better than nothing
YES! How dare Apple fix a security vulnerability in their software.
I mean seriously, I'm outraged!
The only thing legal about it is the fact that Apple can't sue you for jailbreaking. They still say it's wrong and will always say so.
That's not a fix. That's not even a band-aid!
What are you going to do, refuse to open all .pdf files?