Leaked iPhone Firmware Files Point to Possible European Carriers

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Date: Thursday, July 5th, 2007, 07:35
Category: iPhone

iphone.jpg
After less than a week out in public, the iPhone firmware has apparently been leaked over the Internet and is currently under review by anyone who cares to look it over.
According to Engadget, a forum post over at Hackintosh disclosed that the following files were found within the iPhone’s firmware:
Default_CARRIER_ATT.png
Default_CARRIER_CINGULAR.png
Default_CARRIER_TMOBILE.png
Default_CARRIER_VODAFONE.png
It’s currently believed that the files point to possible European wireless carriers for when the iPhone is released to these markets later this year.
More information on this as soon as it becomes available.


iphone.jpg
After less than a week out in public, the iPhone firmware has apparently been leaked over the Internet and is currently under review by anyone who cares to look it over.
According to Engadget, a forum post over at Hackintosh disclosed that the following files were found within the iPhone’s firmware:
Default_CARRIER_ATT.png
Default_CARRIER_CINGULAR.png
Default_CARRIER_TMOBILE.png
Default_CARRIER_VODAFONE.png
It’s currently believed that the files point to possible European wireless carriers for when the iPhone is released to these markets later this year.
More information on this as soon as it becomes available.

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