Reports are suggesting that Apple is shipping a new bootrom with new iPhone 3G S handsets that is resistant to the jailbreaking process.
One of the members of Dev-Team, who first discovered the jailbreaking process has confirmed the bootrom update exists and said it would make jailbreaking new iPhone's "impossible", at least for now.
The jailbreaking process allows users to add apps that haven't been approved by Apple, and despite voiding your warranty, plenty of iPhone users have turned to the dark side in order to have greater control over their phone and what's on it.
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