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  • Oct 08, 2007
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  • I think the thing that bothers most people is that Apple decided to let their warning about non-stock configurations of the iPhone be the only defense against ruining the device with the update. They could have programmed the updater so that it verified that the filesystem was as it was expected to be, and not proceed with the update if things were out of whack. There have been a few reports of people who did NOT modify their iPhones' software also having serious problems after the update. If those reports are legitimate, I would guess that their iPhones' filesystems were corrupt or modified through no fault of their own, and also caused the phone to become inoperable. It might just be force of habit from previous iPod updates, where there was little chance that anyone would have modified the software, but Apple should definitely bring its Mac OS X mindset to this new device instead.