iPhone 2.0 Update Causing Problems for 1st Generation Phones

Posted on July 16, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , |

Comments from bloggers and iPhone users alike are saying that their 1st generation iPhones are now iBricks.

It appears that the 7.7 update via iTunes is causing some errors that cause the iPhone to shutdown and no longer function as a phone. It appears to be problems caused by server overloads that were experienced on Friday.

A News.cnet.com reader says “Apple blames the problem on “network congestion on the iTunes server,”
but says you should be able to update or restore the firmware once the
traffic dies down.”

But some readers say that the updates may be working now!

If you have jailbroken your iPhone and you would like for it to work in the near future, I suggest that you do not update your iTunes version. This may brick your phone for good!


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