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See folks, this is why Apple locks out third party software development - using Steve Jobs's products as adult sex toys is naughty, and voids your warranty.

An app called iBrate (cute name) turns your iPhone into a $600 $400 vibrator, the only device in the world that can make phone calls and orgasms at the same time. So, guys, the next time you call your gal and she sounds somewhat far away, with a suspicious buzzing sound in the background, you'll know that iPhone is the man you aren't.

To download iBrate, you will need to be running installer.app with the Community Source package installed. If that's already done you should see it listed.

I wonder if this app really works? Hold my calls.

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jjbertramiv says:

it works but vibration is weak since Apple went with a pretty wimpy vibration unit on the iPhone, infact my Motorola beeper back in 1995 had a stronger vibration, oh well, cute program though instrah of a white screen something visually appealing should be displayed or a black screen to save power and to make more descret I mean lets face it the iPhones big nright display does draw pleanty of attention but hopefully not at the wrong time ;0)

Apple iPhone says:

I cannot believe that the program would work - surely it's to do with the actually hardware of the iphone rather than software!