The annoying thing is if I did jailbreak my iPhone I'd have the ability to ssh into it and find out more about why it's been crashing regularly.
Without that, I'm at the mercy of Apple's whimsical 'bug fix' release dates.
The iPhone-dev team has announced the availability of the latest tools for the iPhone, allowing even the most technically illiterate iUser to install unapproved applications. The tools and techniques have been around for a while, but are now all bundled together into an easy-to-use package for Windows - a Mac version is under …
"If Apple would just provide flash plugin for safari, I probably wouldn't even read articles like this.." - Flash is an Adobe product. Apple can no more release it for the iPhone than they will Adobe Indesign. I doubt flash would work on the iPhone any time soon due to it's grossly inefficient use of CPU on Apple platforms.
...it would make selling it a bit easier... I was going to sell my old one, but as more time goes on, and everytime I have to do restore cos its crashed whilst installing something from AppStore only to find out that the 3 hours backup process didn't work properly... I'm actually considering selling it and using the reliable 1.1.4 software, with the Installer.app...
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