Users are complaining that photos taken using iPhone's camera can't be accessed from the built-in Photo app or can't be seen in iPhone's camera roll, they seem to disappear.
iPhone OS 3.0, iPhone Firmware 3.0, iPhone 3.0
It's fine to use it to navigate but it is pathetic when it comes to searching for media on the iTunes Store. Thankfully Apple released the Remote App for the iPhone and iPod Touch (it was the first official native iPhone app on the iPhone App Store) which made it a lot easier to control Apple TV then the tiny white remote. It also worked as a Wi-Fi keyboard for Apple TV. I might have the benefit of hindsight but the initial version of the Remote app still wasn't good enough.
One of the features overlooked in iPhone OS 3.0 was support for the HTTP streaming protocol, which uses adaptive bitrates.
Folks at NewTeeVee have just reported that Apple will produce its first-ever live event streamed to the iPhone: a concert by the electronica band Underworld, which will make use of this HTTP streaming protocol so that users can watch it directly in iPhone's embedded QuickTime player rather than needing an iPhone app.
But when iPhone OS 3.0 was released, we found out that this feature was strangely available only to iPhone 3GS users and not to iPhone 3G or first generation iPhone (iPhone 2G) users.
As we all know, after releasing the jailbreak software for iPhone 3GS, Geohot also released his unlock method for iPhone 3GS.
Purplesn0w developed by Geohot is an alternative to ultrasn0w developed by the iPhone Dev Team to unlock iPhone 3GS. Geohot claims that his unlocking software actually improves on some of the common issues faced by using the ultrasn0w developed by the iPhone Dev team.
3GS Users can't restore to iPhone OS 3.0 as Apple has stopped signing iPhone
OS 3.0 and iPhone 3.0.1 firmware files after releasing iPhone OS 3.1 so you can no
longer use this guide to jailbreak your iPhone 3GS.
Use this guide instead:
They believe that the new version "pretty much all of the various random issues that have been reported".
In the meanwhile, Geohot, the member of the iPhone Dev Team who had released his own software called purplera1n to jailbreak iPhone 3GS running iPhone OS 3.0 and couple of days back had released purlesn0w to unlock iPhone 3GS has also released purlesn0w RC2 which fixes many issues.
George Hotz (aka Geohot) who had released a software called purplera1n to jailbreak iPhone 3GS only for Windows users before iPhone Dev Team released RedSn0w has now released purplesn0w to unlock iPhone 3GS.
He claims that his iPhone 3GS unlock solution is better than UltraSn0w which was released by the iPhone Dev Team to unlock all versions of iPhone running iPhone OS 3.0.
Today they have released an updated version of redSn0w (version: 0.8) which can also jailbreak iPhone 3GS.
Dev Team has also released an updated version of UltraSn0w (version: 0.8) which can unlock Apple's third generation iPhone.
So with this, the Dev team has released updated version of their tools which support all iPhones and iPod Touches running iPhone OS 3.0.
George Hotz (aka Geohot) who had released a software called purplera1n to jailbreak iPhone 3GS only for Windows users has now released purplera1n for Mac users.
He has also released updated version of purplera1n RC2a for Windows users which includes some more payload stability improvements.
iPhone Dev team had announced last week that they might be able to jailbreak and unlock Apple's new iPhone 3GS as they were able to verify that the 24Kpwn exploit that the hybrid team
used on the iPod Touch 2G, is still applicable to the bootrom of iPhone 3GS.
However, they have now announced that they are delaying their iPhone 3GS jailbreak in the interest of those who are planning to purchase an iPhone 3GS in the near future as they expect Apple to release iPhone OS 3.0.1 in which they might try to fix the exploit.