iPhone Dev Team Speaks Out

For the first time ever, the complete iPhone Dev Team finally got together and met each other face to face. They gathered recently and gave a presentation at the Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin.

Keep in mind the video is 58 minutes long and they do go pretty deep but it is definitely a interesting thing to check out. My favorite part of the whole thing comes in around the 2 minute 30 second mark: there are 180 IP addresses inside Apple that the Dev Team have tracked who have "updated their quickpwn and pwnage tool on a regular basis".

Very interesting indeed. ;)

[Via Gizmodo]

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iPhone Dev Team Speaks Out


@Jason, I'm sure it's a little bit of both. Just because they work for Apple does not mean they'd not be interested in Jailbreaking.

There is on the congress site an upload section that has all the events talks on saal 1 you will see 2 iphone downloads the 128 mb is after the talk and there you will see them as they pack up and leave. Bit of a large download for 7 minutes , but its there if you want to see what they look like.