Apple released a new version of the file Bootrom, aka iBoot-259.3.2. Now this famous file offset program exploits 24kPwn. The new version of the file is already installed in the last batch of iPhone 3GS. It remains only to ask how long it will need hackers to break new protection.
Recently, Apple is sharpened against unlock phones. Release in TG Daily, Apple has told the U.S. Patent Office that unlocking the iPhone violates the license agreement and is “copyright infringement”. The company claims that the owner of the phone is not the owner of the programs installed by Apple, and hacking the operating system can lead to “serious problems in the operation of the device, and a strong reduction of data protection.