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An original iPhone.

This is the original iPhone. It was released on 29 June 2007. It is an internet-connected smartphone designed and manufactered by Apple Inc. with a multi-touch screen. It does not have a physical keyboard, so a virtual keyboard is rendered on-screen. The first generation includes Quad-Band GSM with EDGE. The name used in firmware is iPhone1,1.

Internals[edit source]

See: M68AP (Internals)[1]

Application Processor[edit source]

It makes use of the S5L8900 application processor. At the time, the iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPod touch all use this same processor.

Baseband[edit source]

The iPhone uses the S-Gold 2 baseband chip.

Bluetooth[edit source]

Uses the CSR BlueCore4 Chip (BC41B41)

Jailbreak/Unlock Status[edit source]

Naturally, as the iPhone was a first generation device, it is one of the more hack-friendly iDevices. It is susceptible to Pwnage 2.0 for an untethered jailbreak, and will remain that way since it is a hardware-based exploit. The iPhone unlock is also available and is unfixable by Apple. The iPhone Dev Team created BootNeuter which can remove restrictions the Baseband Bootloader imposes and unlock the iPhone no matter what.

External Links[edit source]