Earlier this week Apple released iOS 4.3.4 to fix the jailbreak method of jailbreakme.com. But now nakedsecurity advice us to update to iOS 4.3.5 as fast as possible: “Moxie Marlinspike posted a message on his blog yesterday announcing an update to a tool called sslsniff. The sslsniff tool has been around for quite some time (nine years!) and allows users to easily perform man-in-the-middle attacks against SSL/TLS connections. The new version of sslsniff knows how to identify vulnerable Apple devices and allows anyone to snoop on secure communications.” » WARNING: Update Your iDevice To The Latest iOS!
Just a few days after iOS 4.3.4 came out, a new version of the OS “iOS 4.3.5” has been released that “fixes a security vulnerability with certificate validation.” The CDMA version of iOS has also been updated to 4.2.10. » Apple Drops iOS 4.3.5 & 4.2.10 For The Verizon iPhone. Security Fixes
Apple jsut dropped iOS 4.3.4. Nothing new in this update, except for Apple patching the JailbreakMe exploit. Jailbreakers and especially unlockers stay away from this update and save your 4.3.3 blobs NOW ( using TinyUmbrella ). Products compatible with this software update are the iPhone 4 (GSM model), iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad, iPod touch (4th generation) and the iPod touch (3rd generation).
Just a quick heads-up: Apple just dropped iOS 4.3.3. This update contains changes to the iOS crowd-sourced location database cache, including: a reduced size of the cache [it’s only about a weeks worth of locational data now, as opposed to many months]. No longer backs the cache up to iTunes [Your new backups will no longer contain the consolidated.db file, making it a whole lot harder for a crazy spouse to take it and throw it into a third-party mapping tool to figure out roughly where you were at any given time), and Deletes the cache entirely when Location Services is turned off. » iOS 4.3.3 Released: Fixes Tracking Bugs & More!
There are a lot of really great concepts for iPhone notifications, but they all seem to stray away from what is the look and feel of iOS. So my idea is pretty simple, Andreas Hellqvist have created a concept using only the existing graphical resources of iOS, short of a few few exceptions. But Andreas Hellqvist still feels that they are in bounds of the visual philosophy. » New Notification Concept For iOS!
Engadget laid eyes on a video from the prolific leaksters over at Tinhte, who claim they not only have a white iPhone 4 from Apple, but it’s one with a “test version” of iOS that nobody else has yet seen. It’s difficult to ascertain how legitimate this software is — it could just be a neatly done jailbreak mod — but that site has a track record of getting its hands on Apple gear ahead of the pack. With that said, the multitasking menu shown here substitutes the current use of apps’ icons to represent them with a visual of each app’s open window. You can tap on a window to expand it (replete with animation) to fill the screen or long-press on it to bring up the familiar “x” button for shutting it down. This is all accompanied by a new “Search iPhone” dialog at the very top, which sends you into Spotlight search that looks very much the way it currently does (though it seems to no longer be accessible with a left swipe from the first homescreen as on previous versions of iOS). Take a look after the break for the videos. » White iPhone 4 Showing New iOS Features?
Apple just pushed iOS 4.3.2 . This update contains improvements and other bug fixes including. It fixes an issue that occasionally caused blank or frozen video during a FaceTime call, it fixes an issue that prvented some international users from connecting to 3G networks on iPad W-Fi + 3G and contains the latest security updates. » Apple Released iOS 4.3.2