Apple released their latest iOS firmware yesterday which fixed the “location bug” whereby iDevices were tracking and storing user location data. Thankfully the firmware is still vulnerable to i0n1c’s exploit, so jailbreaking the devices in an untethered manner is still possible.
It’s two days since I updated my iPhone to 4.1. I’m giving serious consideration to downgrading to 4.0.1 again. Apps crash frequently, battery life is, at best, appalling.
During a recent Twitter conversation I promised I’d spend some time writing about the applications I have on my iPhone that require a jailbroken handset.
Steve Jobs today revealed the hotly anticipated new iPhone. A wholly remarkable device when you look at what it brings to the mobile marketplace.
Some early indicators have suggested that we’ll see the new handset available to consumers from June 21st. One question on many consumers lips right now is, “How much will the new iPhone cost?”