Whilst hovering my finger over my folder filled springboard I suddenly thought, “What was the first iPhone application I installed?” which was quickly followed up with, “What was the first iPhone application I paid for?”
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.
Every time I attempted to restore my iPhone I ended up with “The iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (1013)”. Here’s the fix!
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.
The hotly awaited sim unlock for the iPhone 4 is finally here. Released just a short while ago, ultrasn0w has been updated to include the iPhone 4 provided your baseband is 01.59.00 or older.
Contrary to many of the guides and articles we post on this site, this isnâ€™t one to do with jailbreaking your iPhone! It stems from our experiences of helping a work colleague get their iPhone back up and running after it got stuck applying an iOS version update.
I saw this and couldn’t resist breaking from our normal style of posting to share it with you. Â Even Darth Vader is having antenna problems with his iPhone 4.
Appleâ€™s efforts to stem the bad publicity theyâ€™ve been getting regarding the iPhone 4 suffering reception issues when placed in a â€œdeath gripâ€ culminated in Apple offering all handset owners who have purchased prior to September, 30th 2010 a free bumper or case.
Yesterday, the world woke up and in their droves attempted to pre-order the new iPhone. The net result was Apple pulled the sale from their on-line store due to demand exceeding web provisions.
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.