Offtopic: After a week of speculation and endless waiting, we are somewhat closer to a 1.1.2 software unlock. The key may lie in the pairing of Geohot's latest discovery of a possible loophole in the 1.1.2 Secpack with the iPhone Dev Team's 4.6 bootloader exploit. But for now...
How the 1.1.2 Secpack worksYes, I know the 1.1.2 Secpack is old news. But after downloading it, did you know what to do with it? The iPhone Elite Team is here to help by releasing a document about decrypting the 1.1.2 Secpack and how everything fits together. Assuming you understand all the jargon in the article, you may be on your way to a life of riches once you connect all the dots in the 1.1.2 mystery. I exaggerate, but you'll still be at least $20 richer. :P
Open Source AnySIM?
Amid mountainous requests for AnySIM to go open source, the iPhone Dev Team has relented and opened up a poll to ask for the public's opinion on this matter. At the moment, those in favor of opening up AnySIM greatly dwarfs the number against the idea, while there are some who haven't got a clue what AnySIM is all about. With the way things are going, don't be surprised to see AnySIM code at a subversion near you.
Edit: Open Source AnySIM is now a reality.