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iPhone - 1.1.1 finally here: article link


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http://www.macworld.com/news/2007/09...date/index.php

MacWorld Article with brief description, can't wait to get home and see what's new.

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I like the increased volume and double tap function. Now I just have to wait till this firmware is hackable like the current one is and I'll be ready to update my iPhone


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i wonder how many hours before someone can create a hack for this....
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If Apple changed the underlying software to mimic that of the touch, then it may take quite a while as the touch itself hasn't been jailbroken yet. Without jailbreak, you can't do much of anything.


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Now, hopefully we can get some new, non-1.1.1 threads going again! LOL

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Now 1.1.1 is out, has anyone tried restoring their phone with 1.0.2? I hear all you have to do is hold shift and click restore, which then allows you to browse for the firmware you want to restore to. Has anyone tried this on mac that can confirm it is in fact the shift key?
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This update bricked my iPhone. It keeps getting an error connecting to the iTunes store...says the host is down and try again later....wants to activate the phone and all I can do is make emergency calls on it.
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Never mind....fixed it...restarted iTunes and Lil Snitch must have been blocking it...allowed the connection and all is copacetic....
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My speakerphone is NOT any louder after the update The iTunes Music Store is way nice though! I also like the new double-tap feature, it goes straight to my Favorites in the Phone button. Much faster for quickly dialing a number.

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You should also have the option of having the double tap bring up the iPod controls


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Here is additional information on this update:
http://www.computerworld.com/action/...icleId=9039479

Please note the link at the bottom discussing 15 things to make the device better.
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I will say this, my iPhone with v1.1.1 seems to switch between the OEM applications (phone, iPod, Maps, iCal, etc) much more quickly than before. I wouldn't have believed had I heard it online, but my wife actually noticed it. Sure enough, everything seems much snappier now. Nice!

Someone who hasn't installed the update yet: Please, get a stopwatch or something and see if this is true of just my phone or for everyone. Thanks!
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HOLY CRAP this update rules!! It fixed the "checkered dots pattern" on my screen!! Now my screen is perfect and I don't have to go to the apple store!!!
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During my update I got a message saying "Cannot update iPhone. An unknown error has occured (1604)." The phone froze on a black screen so I reset it and plugged it back in and now have to restore it and reupdate it I'm guessing. Anyone have this problem?
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Boo.. I got a yellow warning sign saying "please connect to iTunes." What the heck?? I was connected.. so I had to reconnect, but it didn't detect the phone. I had to turn the phone off, plug back in.. now it's forcing me to do a restore.

Why did this happen? My phone was 100% legit, no hacks of any kind.
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