The cat and mouse game between the hackers and Apple continues over the untethered jailbreak for iOS 5. Pod2g, a hacker that is tirelessly working to defeat Apple in this race earlier released a video showing iOS 5 untethered jailbreak running on iPhone 4 and other devices. Now he has something more interesting for you. This time it’s the iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak that is running on an iPhone 4.
Apple just released iOS 5.0.1 Build 90A46 in order to cure the battery drain problem in iPhone 4S and as revealed later also to cure the invalid sim error in iPhone 4S. iPhone 4S woes were buried eventually by Apple but then began the usual battle between the hackers and Apple, this time however hackers gaining the lead. iOS 5.0.1, according to hackers will allow the long awaited Siri port to iPhone 4 and other iDevices ‘legally’ and more easily in light of previous attempts.
Upgraded to iOS 5 accidentally while enjoying an untethered jailbreak on iOS 4.3.3? Well everyone is not happy especially the iPad 2 and iPhone 4 users who have no longer access to untethered jailbreak on iOS 5. iPad 2 users are at a greater disadvantage as they don’t even have a tethered jailbreak solution for iPad 2 on iOS 5 yet. However with this little guide you can downgrade iOS 5.0.1/5.0 to iOS 4.3.3 if you had your blobs saved for your iPad 2 (GSM/CDMA) or iPhone 4 (GSM/CDMA) earlier.
iOS 5 and iPhone 4S have been the center of attention for quite some time now. However, just like last year this time too Apple couldn’t launch a bug free iPhone 4S to the users. Contrary to last year’s antenna gate issue, this time it was however a software error in iOS 5 that caused battery drainage in iPhone 4S. Apple has now fixed the issue with their latest iOS 5.0.1 Build 9A406 specifically for iPhone 4S which deals with the issue.
iPhone and iPad have dominated the smartphone industry for quite some time now and has become the epitome of influence for technology. There’s a new game, a utility application and its not on iPhone; very rare. Almost every app is available on iPhone, let it be ported or native, it’s there. Even Apple’s competitors have to roll out a native iPhone app along with one for their OS and Microsoft’s SkyDrive is the perfect example which has been released for iOS and Windows Phone 7 OS, providing 25GB of cloud storage.
Kinectimals started off as a console exclusive title for the Kinect; Microsoft’s entry into the motion sensor race along side PlayStation Move, the game later on spread to the Windows Phone 7 app store and let you make the cuteness mobile. But it seems Microsoft wants to share the furry creatures even more by letting them roam on the Apple Appstore for the super low price of ONLY $2.99 which is the same price on the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace. Considering the entertainment value and the graphics and those of us who lived through the Giga pet fad this is a great chance for us for some Nostalgia.
The moment for which everyone has been waiting since October is finally here. The untethered jailbreak for iOS 5 has finally been demoed on an iDevice, up and running. Many of you have been enjoying the raveling features of iOS 5 since October and have been waiting for untethered jailbreak since then. Rejoiced to hear that? But when are we going to see a public release of an iOS 5 jailbreak tool and how exactly does it work? Read on to find out.
Siri Siri Siri! The recurring word on every magazine, blog and mouths of all tech enthusiasts since October has been gaining a lot of fame since then. Everyone is sublimed by the emerging voice recognition feature in the latest iPhone 4S. It has truly wrecked the ego of Android and Windows Phone owners. Microsoft and Google have already said that it’s nothing new and has been here for a long time and say that it’s just revamped speech recognition and nothing special. To whom should one believe; Microsoft, Google or Apple? Microsoft has claimed that it’s TellMe voice recognition is at par with Siri and now it’s time for you to witness and decide which one’s better.
iOS 5 has really improved things with its revamped features and most important of all iCloud which has relieved all iOS users by eliminating the need of a PC for backups but that’s not the end as Apple had yet to apply the finishing touch to iCloud with iTunes Match for further accessibility. What is really iTunes match, how does it work and how to get it? Read on to find out.
After blazing the iPhone 4S, Siri has now been finding its way onto other iDevices. Hackers are working day and night, porting Siri to other devices. They have done it successfully on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G and now the most anticipated of all, the iPhone 3GS port has been successfully completed as well. A sigh of relief for the iPhone 3GS users as they won’t be bothering upgrading to iPhone 4S only for Siri anymore. But does Siri work perfectly on iPhone 3GS? Watch the video after the break.