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3 years ago

Untethered iOS 4.2.1 jailbreak confirmed

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Untethered iOS 4.2.1 jailbreak confirmed

MuscleNerd from the iPhone Dev Team has confirmed via Twitter that he has managed to get an untethered jailbreak working for iOS 4.2.1 devices. Currently the only jailbreak available for iOS 4.2.1 involves tethering your device to a Mac or PC in the event that your device needs a reboot. This could be problematic if you are out and are away from your notebook or desktop machine.

ipt4g 4.2.1 untethered JB w/4.2b3 kernel ... Wastes no exploits, but upcoming @comex JB maybe better

In order to use this method, you must have had your SHSH blobs saved with Cydia or TinyUmbrella, as the exploit uses iOS 4.2 beta 3. No news on the release date of this yet, or Comex’s upcoming jailbreak, but we will let you know as soon as we find out.

The jailbreak will work with all iOS devices, the question is, do you want your 4.2.1 jailbreak right... or simply right now? Video after the break.

[MuscleNerd]

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3 years ago

Google Latitude for iPhone coming soon, will let you track your friends

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Google Latitude for iPhone coming soon, will let you track your friends

A native Google Latitude app for iPhone is soon to be released and should be available in an App Store shortly if it isn't already. Latitude is a service that uses location-based check-ins to let you track your friends online (with all appropriate privacy guards, of course).

UPDATE: Latitude has been pulled from the Japanese App Store. TechCrunch thinks the release might have been accidental and an official, publicized release could be coming soon. Now back to the original post already in progress...

While not the brouhaha Google Voice was, Google Latitude's absence from the App Store had been noticed. Could this mean we'll finally get a Google Maps Navigation and -- dare I say it -- native Gmail as well?

Description after the break.

[TechCrunch]

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3 years ago

iPhone Auto correct fail [Humor]

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iPhone Auto correct fail [Humor]

I dont know about you but I have this love/hate relationship with my iPhone's auto correct. I can't spell (don't tell Rene!) so I can't really live without it, but that means I end up having auto correct change my words, sometimes into something horrific. If you think that's funny head on over to Damnyouautocorrect.com, a site dedicated entirely to just this type of humor.

One more, potentially NSFW, after the break.

Has this ever happened to you? Leave a comment, share your misfortune, and give me a laugh at the same time!

[Damnyouautocorrect]

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3 years ago

Dev tips: Editing metadata, submitting in-app purchases, using the same name for iPhone and Mac Apps

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Dev tips: Editing metadata, submitting in-app purchases, using the same name for iPhone and Mac Apps

Apple pushed out 3 news items for developers today: editing metadata once you've submitted an app for review, how to prepare in-app purchases for app review, and using the same app name for iPhone/iPad and Mac apps.

Highlights after the break!

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3 years ago

New Cydia tweak Graviboard adds zero gravity to your Springboard! [Jailbreak]

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New Cydia tweak Graviboard adds zero gravity to your Springboard! [Jailbreak]

Graviboard

Graviboard, a springboard tweak for jailbroken iPhones and iPads, has just been released on Cydia. This tweak is quite stunning visually as it brings different levels of gravity to your springboard icons. The level of gravity (earth, moon, zero gravity, etc.) and how the tweak is activated can be set in the settings menu. While this tweak is activated you can also interact with your icons by grabbing them and throwing them against each other. You even have the option of being able to launch your apps while they are flying around. Graviboard can be purchased on Cydia right now for $2.99.

Let us know what you think of this latest Jailbreak tweak by leaving us a comment below!

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3 years ago

Smartphones and tablets to eclipse PC sales in 18 months?

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Smartphones and tablets to eclipse PC sales in 18 months?

IDC analysts have estimated that smartphone and tablet sales will soon surpass worldwide PC sales with help of the Apple iPhone and iPad.

18 months from now, combined smartphone and tablet sales will eclipse the PC, it claims, with both categories hovering in the mid-400 million range. [...] overall it represents a shift from the open-ended, flexible, and powerful PC to the narrow, task-specific, app-driven nature of the iOS and Android kind.

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3 years ago

iPad 32GB Wi-Fi + 3G give away!!

iPad 32GB Wi-Fi + 3G give away!!

Thanks to the fine folks at Waze, 'tis the season to give away a brand new Apple iPad 32GB Wi-Fi + 3G!!

If you want in on the give-away just head on over and leave a reply on the official thread in our iPad Forum and let us know how much you'd like a shiny new iPad for the holidays!!

Contest begins now and ends December 24, 2010, at 12pm PT. We'll announce the winner right here on TiPb.com on December 25, 2010.

US shipping address required (you can enter from anywhere but we can only ship within the US).

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3 years ago

Google's Andy Rubin comments on iTunes and iPhone, shows of Android 3.0 tablet

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Google's Andy Rubin comments on iTunes and iPhone, shows of Android 3.0 tablet

Yesterday at D:DiveIntoMobile, Google's Android chief, Andy Rubin had some interesting comments about iTunes and iPhone, and showed off Motorola's upcoming Android 3.0 "Honeycomb" tablet. When asked if Google had any plans to start their new music store off with downloads, similar to how Apple's iTunes does it, Rubin's response was quick and to the point:

We could build that 10 times over... (it's) not the right experience.

Rubin also said he would like to see users have an intimate connection to music again like he had as a young kid when he would go to music stores to purchase albums. On the subject of iPhone:

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3 years ago

Daily Tip: How to rent TV episodes on iPad with iOS 4.2? [Beginner]

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Daily Tip: How to rent TV episodes on iPad with iOS 4.2? [Beginner]

Interested in renting TV episodes on your iPad running the shiny new iOS 4.2? If you're in the US, you're in luck. While not all TV networks are on board yet there's still a decent amount of programming and the ability to download it and watch it offline if you're going on a road trip or flying cross country is very convenient. Find out how after the break!

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3 years ago

TiPb TV 5: To Jailbreak or not to Jailbreak?

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TiPb TV 5: To Jailbreak or not to Jailbreak?

To Jailbreak or not to Jailbreak, that is the question. Or more importantly, who should consider Jailbreaking and who would be better off with an Apple-pure iPhone. Most of our TiPb regulars have already know where they stand but for new users it can be a big decision. That's the topic for the fifth episode of our new, conversational video show, TiPb TV!

Rene and I go over the benefits and drawbacks of Jailbreak, the ability to customize, run Cydia apps and tweaks, and use your iPhone the way you want vs. the stability, protection, and simplicity Apple provides.

Maybe you want an iPhone that "just works" and you never have to spend any time on, or maybe you want to spend your time tweaking every last little pixel and setting. Either way, if you're considering Jailbreaking but just aren't sure check out the latest episode of TiPb TV and we'll help you decide!

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