Apple will be announcing a major update to their mobile OS platform iPhone OS 4.0 in an live event scheduled to be held on April 8th at 10AM PT, the event will be reported live from Apple's Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino by various big tech-sites and online video streaming portals and will be accessible online from the links provided at the end of the post.
Although there are no confirmed reports of what this new update will be featuring, the blogosphere is once again bloomed with speculations and rumors. Here is a list of most expected rumored feature list doing rounds all over the internet.
There is nothing exciting or worth upgrading in iPhone OS Update 3.1.3 but if you still want to upgrade and keep the jailbreak it is now very much possible thanks to updated redsn0w 0.9.4 utility by iPhone Dev Team, do keep in mind if you are using an unlocked iPhone as no unlock is yet released for iPhone OS 3.1.3.
After pushing the iTunes 9.0.3 update yesterday Apple today released the iPhone OS 3.1.3 for iPhone and iPod Touch users, the latest update to iPhone firmware offers basic bug-fixes and stability improvements as detailed after the jump.
Now this is a big news, iPhone Dev Team member planetbeing has managed to reverse engineer Apple iPhone hardware drivers and successfully ported Linux on Apple iPhone and First generation iPod devices.
The port makes use of a Busybox installation (popular Router OS) created with buildroot, the port is in its early stages and supports Framebuffer driver, Serial driver, Serial over USB driver, Interrupts, MMU, clock and other similar basic functionality, the team is looking forward to accomplish write support for the NAND, Wireless networking, Touchscreen, Sound, Accelerometer and baseband support as the development progresses.