iPhone's upgrade has been hacked already

According to a report in Wired, the iPhone Dev Team, a group of hackers intent on unlocking the iPhone, have already unlocked the beta version of the iPhone 2.0 software upgrade that was due to launch this summer. An emulator version of the OS was embedded in the iPhone SDK released last week, but the team got a hold of the actual firmware, according to reports. The most recent hack will allow users to run any software and will reportedly keep phones unlocked despite future software updates from Apple.

For more on the latest hack:
- read this article from Wired

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