The iPhone-Dev Team has released version 1.0 of QuickPwn for the Mac. QuickPwn is a tool used for quickly pwning an iPhone or iPod touch without the need to restore. Previous versions of QuickPwn have only been available for PC users, leaving Mac users having to restore their devices to jailbreak and unlock. To use QuickPwn for Mac OS X, you'll need to update your iPhone to version 2.0.2. If you haven't already, you may use iTunes to do so.
The Dev Team has released a new version of QuickPwn for Windows that fixes a permissions problem that arises with the iPod touch. They say that they've been having a problem where incorrect permissions are used and subsequently the keychain doesn’t save passwords, so they've updated it to fix the problem.The new version is available here. They also updated the PwnageTool, which is available here.
The iPhone Dev Team just announced that version 2.0.3 of the PwnageTool is now available as an update through the built-in updater. This version adds support for iPhone/iPod firmware 2.0.2 5C1, contains an updated version of Installer.app beta, and a new .de localization for people in Germany. At the same time, they also announced the update of the Windows version of the QuickPwn 150 beta, which has an improved GUI, has a fix for YouTube, and BootNeuter support for 2G iPhones.
The dev team recently updated QuickPwn, their latest app for jailbreaking and pwning iPhones and iPod touches on WIndows, to work with the new software update, version 2.0.2. The program can now pwn and jailbreak any of the iDevices running either v2.0, 2.0.1, or the 2.0.2 software update released recently. They note that the software is still in beta, so it's still at "use at your own risk!" status. You can download the new tool here.
The Dev Team has just released a new tool for all you Windows users out there. It's called QuickPwn, and it lets you jailbreak your iPhone more quickly and easily than the PwnageTool on the Mac or WInPwn. QuickPwn uses a new jailbreaking technique that they say "has been available to the iPhone research and hacking community for about 5 days now (if you looked hard enough)".