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]

Jeremy

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There are 6 comments. Add yours.

Jason says:

Of course Apple are using it. How else could they work on blocking it?

Jeremy says:

@Steve, hence the little warning saying it is 58 minutes long. Not for everyone...

Jeremy says:

@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.

ANA says:

i wanted to see a face :( but of course theyre not going to show them

Thumper says:

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.