Four days after it's launched, the 3G iPhone has been "unlocked". Well, not exactly, but people have gotten it to work on other networks a special card that makes it think it's using an official carrier. It's not a software unlock yet, but it's a start. This is also the first unlock method for the first iPhone (that didn't involve opening it up and tinkering with hardware). Video after the break.
Although not much information is available right now, the iPhone Dev Team has released screenshots proving that they have successfully jailbroken the iPhone 2.0 software. From the shots, it appears that both Installer and BootNeuter are up and running on the new OS. We also assume that this was accomplished using their pwnage tool, which is the Dev Team's preferred method for jailbreak these days. The jailbreak method hasn't been released to the public yet, although we assume it won't be long. An unlock method is said to be still in the works.