Actually, I stated it wrong. For data that has been encrypted it only erases the encryption key... not necessarily overwriting the data with zeroes. That data can be retrieved by a diligent enough person. He asked about securely erasing the phone. I'm sure it's secure enough for most peeps.
iPhone 3Gs and later uses the "throw away the encryption key" method.
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