The security update that Apple issued a week and a half ago apparently caused some audio problems on Intel-based Macs, so the company has released an updated version.
Apple released Mac OS X 10.4.10 to fix some security issues as well as reliability issues with USB drives. It seems that version led to some Mac users hearing "popping" sounds, Apple said in a message announcing the update Monday afternoon.
Jay Westerdal of Name Intelligence claims in his company's DomainTools Blog that Apple has bought iPhone.com, reportedly taking control of the URL from domain owner Michael Kovatch for what could be "at least a million dollar sale."
Back on June 20, I reported that there’d be new, slimmer MacBooks coming in October that along with being made from new materials would also feature some “speeds and feeds” updates to the internal components. Today, another “trusted source” told us this was correct and added that the iPhone’s multi-touch technology is theoretically supposed to roll out with all the new laptops, including those coming out in October. The feature will be built into the touchpads, allowing you to navigate through your notebook’s files, applications, etc. the same way you can on the iPhone.
A user on the Hackint0sh forums has uncovered the location of the iPhone restore package and successfully downloaded it onto his machine. On further inspection, he discovered that the restore package is actually a zip archive containing 2 disk images - a user dmg and a system software dmg. The system software image however appears to be password protected but efforts are already underway to crack it open. My guess is it won't be long now before someone announces they've successfuly 'rooted' the iPhone.
From the Hacint0sh Forum posting: