Earlier today, developers discovered to their consternation that their iPhones had been bricked over night when the iPhone 1.2 / 2.0 firmware expired.
Some time and frayed nerves later, Apple got round to posting fresh iPhone 2.0 beta firmware.
According to the lads at MacRumors, the updated iPhone beta firmware, version 5A240d, includes a number of fixes and new features centered on Exchange support, including:
• Additional abilities of receiving and accepting meeting invitations
• Searching for contacts in the global address list
• Auto-complete email addresses in the global address list
• Setting up an exchange account using Autodiscovery (Exchange 2007)
Beta 3 of the iPhone SDK is also available.
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