Now before you get too excited let me just off by saying this jailbreak is not for Apple's latest hardware, iPhone 3G S. This is only for the iPhone 3G or iPhone 2G running the 3.0 software.
Now with that said, the Dev-Team has released the proper tool for Mac OS X users to jailbreak your iPhone 3G's running 3.0, PwnageTool 3.0. Be warned, if do not know what you are doing, don't attempt it!
Today iPhone 3G S was finally released and the madness is simply beginning. So what a better way to learn more about your new device by visiting TiPb's very own forums?
So one of the new features Apple added to the iPhone is some nice updates to the camera. If you want to see the quality of pictures this new device takes or want to show off some pictures you have taken stop by the thread! Post photos taken with your iPhone 3G S here!
I'm at the Apple Flagship Store, waiting in line for the latest, greatest iPhone 3G S. 10 or so people right now, but apparently some tour buses are on the way. We'll update this thread with more from TiPb and our readers, so if you're in line, head over to the TiPb iPhone Forums and post your pics, stories, and videos. Dieter will move some of the funnest over here.
Above, customers at the Montreal Apple Store wait for Rogers to get their systems working
Upgrading to an iPhone 3G S in Canada? We feel for you, and we fear we're going to continue to feel for you for a healthy portion of the day. Last year there were activation backlogs and hang-ups all over, but it was especially egregious in Canada, where people were waiting for half the day for Rogers' system to get up and happy and talking with Apple's system.
IKEA and Spike Jonze remind us above that you can't really hurt your old iPhone's feelings by upgrading to the latest, greatest iPhone 3G S, but that doesn't mean you have to dump the poor obsoleted fella either.
So what are your plans for your last-year's iPhone 3G or original iPhone 2G? Selling them on eBay? Unlocking them to use as travel devices? Keeping them as backup? Turning them into a dedicated couch-bound iTunes/Apple TV remote? Gifting them to a needy family member or friend? Saving them up to build the world's tallest iPhone tower? Sending them to Cellphones for Soldiers? What?