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6 years ago

Today on the Forums: Jailbreaking? Favorite Feature of 2.1?

Today on the Forums: Jailbreaking? Favorite Feature of 2.1?

Today on the forums we have a couple of newly started threads that you should enjoy. There has been a lot of talk about jailbreaking lately with the new QuickPwn's released for both Mac and Windows. Have you given jailbreaking a try? Let us know in this thread.

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6 years ago

iPhone 3G in the US: Unlocked and 32GB Refresh?

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iPhone 3G in the US: Unlocked and 32GB Refresh?

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6 years ago

Kevin Rose on iTunes 9: Bring the Social!

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Kevin Rose on iTunes 9: Bring the Social!

iTunes 9 Ideas

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6 years ago

SquirrelFish Javascript Engine Goes Extreme!

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SquirrelFish Javascript Engine Goes Extreme!

WebKit, the open source foundation behind Apple's Safari for Mac and MobileSafari on the iPhone (not to mention Google Chrome, Nokia, and Adobe) introduced the SquirrelFish JavaScript engine a while back, and billed it as the fastest on the planet. Then came Mozilla's (Firefox) TraceMonkey. Then came Google's V8. But you just can't keep a good SquirrelFish down -- not when it's willing to go... Extreme!

Surfin' Safari, the WebKit blog, made the announcement this week. But what does it mean for iPhone users? Muchfasterwebsiterendering.

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6 years ago

Dev Team Delivers a "Pwnapple" to Windows Users

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Dev Team Delivers a "Pwnapple" to Windows Users

Ok all of you Windows peeps, this is what you have been waiting for. And no, sorry, still no unlocking for the 3G yet, but you can jailbreak the 2.1 firmware with the freshly released Windows Quickpwn 2.1!

More on Windows QuickPwn 2.1:

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blockquote>Supports 2.1 firmware with the unlocking and jailbreaking of iPhone 1st generation (2G) device. Supports the jailbreaking of iPod Touch 1st generation device and iPhone 3G. Does not support the unlocking of iPhone 3G or jailbreaking of second generation (n72ap based) iPod Touch.

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6 years ago

Updated: Apple Patents "Today Screen" for iPhone

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Updated: Apple Patents "Today Screen" for iPhone

UPDATE: There was a minor uproar in the iPhone developer community (yup, again!) when some felt that this patent "ripped off" Intelliscreen. Ars Technica points out, however, that this patent was originally filed before the iPhone was even jailbroken, and hence before Intelliscreen came out.

ORIGINAL:

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6 years ago

Emergency Call Security Flaw Persists in iPhone 2.1

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Emergency Call Security Flaw Persists in iPhone 2.1

About a month ago Dieter reported about a fairly large security flaw in firmware 2.0.2 that gave access to Safari, Email, and a frightening amount of personal data. Apple patched it in 2.1. Or did they?

This could be a flaw, or feature, but it turns out you still have the ability to make a phone call, to any number, while the iPhone is locked with a passcode. Wasn't the "emergency" call feature meant to call "emergency" numbers such as 911 only?

Apple can you please put this on your "need to fix" list? Thank you!

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6 years ago

Apple Recalls Ultracompact USB Power Adapter

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Apple Recalls Ultracompact USB Power Adapter

Adding to MobileMe issues, casing cracks, and 2.0 problems (Apple sure has a lot on their plate), it looks like the ultracompact and ultra-cute USB power adapter is being recalled.

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6 years ago

4 More Apps Bite the Dust

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4 More Apps Bite the Dust

Atari's legal team is getting quite a workout lately, just yesterday they demanded that 4 more App Store games be removed with more likely to come. It was not long ago that TiPb reported that two other notables were forcefully removed, Tris and PhoneSaber.

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6 years ago

Lightning Review: Pageonce - A Personal Assistant

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Lightning Review: Pageonce - A Personal Assistant

(Lightning Reviews are back! This time courtesy of -- Badmofo63 who gives us a look at Pageonce (FREE at the iTunes Store). Want your Lightning Review elevated to our front page -- with a tasty 25% iMore Store discount prize to top it off? Get the details, choose and App, and make with the reviewing! And if you're looking for a good example for what kind of reviews we like, this is a great one!)

Take it away, Badmofo63:

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6 years ago

JAR! Today Be Talk Like a Pirate Day!

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JAR! Today Be Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Avast ye scurvy dogs, raise the gangplanks and prepare to be boarded! International Talk Like a Pirate Day be here again!

Sure and we'll have ye know that if yer iPhone's timbers be shivering, get ye to the App Store for a stiff draught of Pocket Pirate (Free!)

And on behalf of Dead-Eye Dieter, Cannonball Casey, Blimey Brian, Salty Chad, Jolly Jeremy, and myself, JARRene, may yer iPhone never drain dry, yer data never flow still, and a Pirate Life fer one and all!

Yo ho ho!

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6 years ago

"I'm a PC... And I Use an iPhone!"

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"I'm a PC... And I Use an iPhone!"

Okay, so it's not PC, it's John Hodgman, the actor who plays (brilliantly) PC in the highly successful "Get a Mac" ads from Apple. But as Engadget shows, it's definitely an iPhone he's using.

Of course, that should come as no surprise, given Microsoft's market share, most iPhone users are Windows-based on the PC side. Makes sense then, that their commercial avatar loves him some mobile OS X as well!

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6 years ago

Tip o' the Week: App Sorting

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Tip o' the Week: App Sorting

 

It seems like ages ago that our iPhones were updated to allow moving icons around and, lo and behold, even to a 2nd (and 3rd, 4th, 5th, etc.) screen! Back then, it was gratifying to have the capability to do it, but unless you had a ton of web pages bookmarked and web apps galore, there wasn't much need to go beyond screen #2, maybe to screen #3.

Now, everything has changed. With the advent of the iTunes App Store, there are a bazillion apps available for download, many of them FREE! If you are like me, you've already downloaded like crazy and now you're staring at an iPhone with apps occupying six screens of real estate and threatening a seventh. Feeling more and more like a hoarder every day, I need to get organized! How so on the iPhone? Read on for this week's Tip!

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6 years ago

AT&T Reports: iPhone 3G Data Usage "Sub-Par" and 4G's Future

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AT&T Reports: iPhone 3G Data Usage "Sub-Par" and 4G's Future

Yesterday at Goldman Sachs' Communacopia XVII conference, AT&T's chief technical officer John Donovan stated that iPhone 3G users have used much less data on the network than expected.

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6 years ago

Trism Developer Clears $250K Since App Store Launch

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Trism Developer Clears $250K Since App Store Launch

Daring Fireball points to this Twitter from Raven Zachary as a reason why developers will put up with Apple's capricious and communication-challenged App Store:

Trism, the $5 gravity/tilt-assisted iPhone puzzle game by Steve Demeter, has made $250,000 since July 11.

We're pointing to DF because they're right.

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