As well as discovering a lot about how the mobile works, the code hackers have found four files deep in the operating system:
Mobile phone dweebs such as myself are probably aware that AT&T and Cingular have marketing agreements on the iPhone in the US market, but the existence of the files affirms that Vodafone and T-Mobile will be taking the new handset here in Europe.
I've had a chance to have a play with the iPhone at a developer pal's house and have to say that the most interesting aspect of the mobile is the mobile Internet browser, which is essentially a stripped down version of Safari seen on the desktop Mac and PC recently.
But would I pay £249 for the handset? I doubt it...