iPhone Firmware 2.2.1

More Proof that Apple is Preparing to Launch New version of iPhone

More Proof that Apple is Preparing to Launch New version of iPhone

We had reported that Apple might launch the new version of iPhone in June based on on Phil Schiller's, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Product
Marketing statement to David Pogue of New York Times at Macworld 2009.

We are now getting more proof that Apple is preparing to launch new version of the iPhone. Greg Yardley, founder of Pinch Media which provides iPhone developers with ad serving and analytic tracking software to embed within iPhone applications; reported that one of their users has detected the new version of the iPhone.

In addition to this, MacRumors also discovered that Apple's iPhone Firmware 2.2.1 has reference of the next generation iPhone which has been designated "iPhone2,1".

Warning: iPhone firmware 2.2.1 Breaks Software Method to Unlock iPhone 3G

Warning: iPhone firmware 2.2.1 Breaks Software Method to Unlock iPhone 3G

Apple released iPhone firmware 2.2.1 yesterday which included minor bug fixes and improvements as per the release notes.

However, it looks like there was another reason for releasing the latest firmware. The Dev Team who had warned against updating to the latest firmware has confirmed that iPhone firmware 2.2.1 breaks the "injection hole" that they had used in their application yellowsn0w to modify the firmware which had helped to successfully unlock iPhone 3G.

iPhone Firmware 2.2.1 Released: Includes Minor Bug Fixes and Improvements [Updated]

iPhone Firmware 2.2.1 Released: Includes Minor Bug Fixes and Improvements [Updated]

Apple has just released iPhone firmware 2.2.1 (5H11A) through iTunes.

The firmware update contains minor bug fixes and improvements such as improved stability of Safari and a fix for an issue where some images saved from Mail do not display correctly in the Camera Roll.