An iPhone 2.0 update appears to be on the way, as AppleInsider has caught a screenshot of an iPhone running software version 2.0.1. What will this update entail? No one can say for sure since at this point the updated phones can be traced only to the San Francisco Bay Area aka Apple headquarters and Atlanta, where AT&T is located. With testing only internal at this point, all we can do is speculate.
What we do know, however, is that the update comes in two distinct builds, 5B101 for the first gen iPhone and 5B103 for the 3G iPhones.
No doubt, the update will target several of the bugs that people seem to be experiencing with the update, including camera shutter lag and acceleromater jerkiness and freezing. Let’s hope the cause of frequent application crashes are addressed as well.
[via World of Apple]