Posted on 21 December 2012 by Shane McGlaun
The project has been gathering an impressive amount of funding on Kickstarter called the POP. The device is a charger that was intended to work with the new Apple lighting connector. The project has now failed because the creators were unable to secure the Apple licensing rights to the Lighting connector and is trying to refund the money with a ... continued »
Posted on 04 April 2011 by Shane McGlaun
Sony CEO Sir Howard Stinger has let slip that Apple is ordering 8MP camera sensors from Sony for the iPhone 5. Naturally, Apple has offered no comment on the statement.
Posted on 29 November 2010 by Shane McGlaun
Apple has reportedly rejected an app submitted by a publisher called Mediaprovider. The app was rejected because it is a magazine specifically about the Android OS.
Posted on 14 July 2010 by Shane McGlaun
According to PR experts, a hardware recall on the iPhone 4 is inevitable for Apple. Crisis Communication expert Matthew Seeger said, "Apple will be forced to do a recall of this product. It’s critically important. The brand image is the most important thing Apple has. This is potentially devastating." Free bumpers will come before any recall I think.
Posted on 07 July 2010 by Shane McGlaun
AT&T users are frustrated after reports are coming in that AT&T is throttling uploads from the iPhone 4. Speeds were previously about 1Mbps and are now under 100kbps claim some users.
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 04 January 2009 by Shawn Brown
Following rumors of the iPhone Nano the case manufacturer XSKN, Vaja has added an "iPhone Nano" listing to their website. Many case manufacturers have started to list and sell cases for the rumored iPhone Nano. Analysts also seem to believe that Apple will release a cheaper iPhone in the first quarter of 2009. Softbank has also released a voice translation ... 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 03 December 2008 by Shawn Brown
Other than your usual SIM card unlock the only place to get an officially unlocked iPhone is through Hong Kong and parts of Europe. Unfortunately for those who spent untold amounts of money to get an unlocked iPhone 3G, your efforts may all go to waste. The new iPhone firmware 2.2 is reportedly re-locking those unlocked iPhones.
Users in the Apple ... continued »