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Topic # 66094 12-Aug-2010 07:55
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Plug in and update....

Unless you are jailbroken...in which case definitely do not plug in and update ;)

Hope this fixes some 3G performance issues (probably not though) and brings back the ability to create custom carrier bundles! 

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  Reply # 366631 12-Aug-2010 09:04
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this is likely to be only a minor update to fix the PDF/Jailbreak issue ? as its 4.02

All those should be in 4.1?

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  Reply # 366635 12-Aug-2010 09:21
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From PCWorld.com

"Got an iPhone or iPad? Be sure to update to iOS 4.0.2 for iPhone and iOS 3.2.2 for iPad. The two updates fix the nasty security flaw that made the widely publicized JailbreakMe hack possible."




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