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Apple iPhone update 1.01 released!

Published Jul 31st, 2007 8:11PM EDT

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Download and install went smooth, but for now it looks like this really is just a “bug fix” update with no noticeable added features…Anyone out there try it??

UPDATE: A list of big fixes can be found on Apple’s site here. It looks like Apple just patched security vulnerabilities in Safari for the most part…so sad.

UPDATE 2: Check out some other changes we’ve all found below.

  • When setting up an IMAP mailbox and you fail to properly connect, the iPhone will now ask you if you want to continue and try again with SSL off.
  • In the actual IMAP mailbox, much more folders are available for view like Inbox, Deleted Items, Sent Items, Drafts, Sent, Trash, Junk E-mail, Outbox, Public Folders, and RSS Feeds. These will vary depending on your actual folders, of course.
  • When setting a passcode to lock the device, it now offers a much wider choice of lock times.
  • If you decline connecting to a WiFi network, a popup box will let you know that you can turn WiFi off if needed.

That’s all we have for now. Keep ’em coming, guys!

Thanks, Patrick and Justin!

Jonathan S. Geller
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