As expected, the new iPhone OS 3.0 is out. You can click on the "Check for Update" button right now to get your iPhone updated. If you used the pirated 3.0 golden master, this update is exactly the same:
Tapulous has issued an update to their Tap Tap Revenge rhythm game which includes working push notifications, despite the fact that iPhone OS 3.0 isn't officially available for two more days.
If you are still looking for the iPhone OS 3.0 Golden Master in Torrent and you are not sure about what to download, here's what you should look for (extra bonus: It works with with the iPhone 1st Generation.)
You can get it now. Just fire up your favorite Torrent client and look for iPhone OS 3.0 7a341. Everyone can install this, not just developers. Here's how it works:
Lots of us have been using the iPhone 3.0 beta full-time. Now we're rolling back, because it is decidedly NOT ready. Here's how to downgrade back to 2.2.1 if you are in a similar predicament.
If you left this week's Apple event a little underwhelmed, it's because most of 3.0's new features have been available via Cydia and the App Store. Here's how to enable iPhone 3.0's biggest additions today.
A developer called Steve Troughton-Smith has managed to activate and use the 3G tethering feature available in the new iPhone 3.0 OS. He can now use his iPhone to connect his laptop to the internet.
This could easily get snuffed out before release, but OS 3.0 beta users can download >10MB podcasts over 3G. An annoying catch: the 10MB limit is still in place for the app store.
The latest features in the new iPhone OS make it a better phone, GPS, gaming and computing platform. But they also have the potential to turn it into the most perfect sex toy yet. [Updated]
So it looks like Kevin Rose still knows what the hell he's talking about when it comes to Apple-centric rumors...for the most part. The Digg founder was nearly perfect with his predictions that the iPhone would have cut and paste, but no video. His claims that the iPhone would have more Palm Pre-esque features was…
Now you can focus your rage directly at AT&T for the lack of a legit tethering solution. In the Q+A, Apple's Scott Forstall put the onus on the carriers to come up with an official tethering solution (at extra cost, of course):
If this camera button is any indication, you'll soon be able to send photos (and videos?) with your iPhone, just like all your friends have been doing since 2003. Sweet.