iPhone Firmware 2.0 Jailbroken
The iPhone Dev Team published a a screenshot of what is reported to be a jailbroken iPhone 2.0 installation. According to some sources, the Dev team has already jailbroken the beta 2.0 iPhone firmware that Apple has only released to a limited number of testers.
The jailbroken iPhone freely allows installation of iPhone applications, bypassing Apple’s $99/year developer program which includes a developers certificate.
So even though the iPhone innards is now open, there are those still jailbreaking the iPhone. Amazing, isn’t it? Why is this still going on?
The jailbreaking process will allow users to install those applications which fall outside of Apple’s guidelines.
As we all know, Apple will be releasing the iPhone 2.0 software in June alongside the new Apps Store via iTunes. Be prepared by an astonishing amount of applications, including Apple’s “not allowed” (jailbroken).