Posted on 14 January 2011 by Shane McGlaun
A new Apple patent application has surfaced that shows a new sensor that may come to future iPhones that can sense when people hover over the device. The sensor would apparently be on the back and what exactly it would be used for is unknown, perhaps hover navigation using a finger?
Posted on 26 June 2009 by Chris Davies
Thanks to an unaddressed security flaw, the iPhone Dev Team have announced that they will soon update their ultrasn0w unlocking tool to work on the iPhone 3GS. The exploit, known as 24Kpwn, was first discovered in the iPod touch 2G, and used in the redsn0w tool to jailbreak that PMP.
Now, the Dev Team can use the same sort of technique ... continued »
Posted on 23 June 2009 by Budi Putra
It's the latest news from the iPhone Dev Team: they have released their latest tool, Ultrasn0w, which unlocks the iPhone 3G for use with any carrier. And it also works in conjunction with the Team’s Redsn0w app, which is first used to jailbreak the iPhone 3G, and can unlock the latest iPhone OS 3.0 software. However, Ultrasn0w does not work ... continued »
Posted on 01 January 2009 by Budi Putra
As promised, the Dev Team has released their unlock software for the iPhone 3G -- so you can use it with any other carriers apart from AT&T. Yellowsn0w is the world’s first software unlock for the iPhone 3G.
Posted on 31 December 2008 by Budi Putra
We’re now just hours away from the New Year; for those of you who really want to buy an iPhone 3G but prefer carrier's networks outside AT&T, or who just want buy an iPhone from another country, please don't miss a free unlocking tool tonight!
Posted on 22 December 2008 by Budi Putra
It's a good news for those of you who really want to buy an iPhone 3G but prefer carrier's networks outside AT&T, or who just want buy an iPhone from another country. A group, known as Dev-Team, who created a software unlock for the iPhone 3G so that the device could run on other carrier’s networks, just featured a live ... continued »
Posted on 17 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
The iPhone Dev Team has been hard at work since the iPhone 3G was released back in June. They now have the most exciting news to report so far, you guessed it an unlock for the iPhone 3G. Just how long will we have to wait before seeing this unlock for a public release?
They have set the release date of ... continued »
Posted on 23 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
Pocket Jockey may sounds a little perverse but in reality it’s one of the weirdest games we have found on the iPhone. The game itself is your typical horse racing game, but it is played by shaking your iPhone vigorously. If you’re in a Wi-Fi area you can also play your friend to see who can shake it harder.
The iPhone ... continued »
Posted on 23 November 2008 by Shawn Brown
As promised the iPhone Dev team has delivered the 2.2 firmware jailbreak in the form of the Pwnage tool and Quickpwn for both Mac and Windows machines. This update seems to be the real deal breaker in regards to future unlocks.
Upgrading using iTunes can forever eliminate your chances of ever unlocking you iPhone 3G. The baseband has apparently been changed ... continued »
Posted on 20 October 2008 by Brenda Stokes
It's been quiet here on iPhone Buzz lately and for that, I apologize. In case you missed it, there's been a lot going on in the world of Apple in general. With the new MacBook, MacBook Pro and Apple Cinema Display, a lot of the attention has been focused there. But in case you were wondering what the Dev Team ... continued »
Posted on 19 September 2008 by Brenda Stokes
The guys of the iPhone Dev Team are at it again, folks. Man, those guys work fast! QuickPwn 2.1 is now up and available for download.
They still haven't quite managed to unlock the iPhone 3G just yet, but Windows QuickPwn 2.1 supports the recently released 2.1 firmware. It works with unlocking and jailbreaking the first-gen iPhone. It will also ... continued »
Posted on 31 August 2008 by Brenda Stokes
News in the world of the iPhone has slowed a bit now that we've passed the launch phase, but there's still plenty of tidbits and info to fill the pages of iPhone Buzz. With that said, let's take a brief look at what this past week has held in store.
The App Store was in the spotlight once again this ... continued »