The newly released iPhone update 1.1.1 is available via iTunes. To get it just plug your iPhone in and grab all the new features. After the update you will notice the iTunes app button on your home screen and a series of new features and functionality. However if you do update, you will not be able to brick (add 3rd party iPhone apps, or unlock the carrier) your iPhone.
Here is the list of new features available on the just released iPhone update 1.1.1 via iTunes 7.4.3
Additionally some of undocumented features in the iPhone 1.1.1 update are:
There are also a set of security fixes made to the iPhone. Here they are:
Apple is forcefully discouraging 3rd party application development with this release by tightly locking down the iPhone and putting in stronger encryption. Therefore, as a major side effect of the new iPhone 1.1.1 update, all the 3rd party software you have installed on your iPhone via Installer.app or iBrickr will likely be wiped out and new users will not be able install any 3rd party software at this time.
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If you upgraded to 1.1.1 but wish you hadn’t done so, you can downgrade your iPhone to 1.0.2 using the instructions in this video.
Watch a video presentation from Apple on the feature updates here
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The video great! Full downgrade from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2 instructions are posted on the iPhone WebDev Wiki as well.Posted on September 30th, 2007 at 5:41 pm by Yang L.
You can listen to your MP3s on your bluetooth headset with this release. Its another hidden “feature” found by engadgetPosted on September 30th, 2007 at 6:01 pm by alex
i upgraded to 1.1.3 then downgraded right back down again is crapPosted on January 18th, 2008 at 3:04 am by named