Saturday, March 21, 2009
Last week a good friend of mine loaned me his jailbroken, first-generation iPhone. I was very excited. Ever since Apple announced the iPhone, I had wanted to see if I could find a bug in the device, but until last week I had never had access to one.
I finally had an iPhone to play with, and I wanted to search for bugs. But where to start? The first thing I did was make a list of installed applications and libraries that seemed most likely to have bugs. The MobileSafari browser, the MobileMail app, and the audio libraries were at the top of the list. I decided that the audio libraries were the most promising targets since these libraries do a lot ...