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Sn0wbreeze 3.1.3 for Windows brings jailbreak for iPhone 2G, 3G and iPhone 3GS (older bootroms only) which often can preserve your older baseband while upgrading someone to up to date iPhone OS 3.1.3 firmware. Consequently now you can un...
Sn0wbreeze 3.1.3 for Windows brings jailbreak for iPhone 2G, 3G and iPhone 3GS (older bootroms only) which often can preserve your older baseband while upgrading someone to up to date iPhone OS 3.1.3 firmware. Consequently now you can unlock your iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS while using current version of ultrasn0w (for 04.26.08 baseband) or blacksn0w (for 05.11.07 baseband) because they are compatible to work with the respective older baseband versions.Source: top-smartphone-reviews.com
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Apple recently debuted its “Reuse and Recycle” program that allows customers to trade-in their old iPhone for a new one when buying their new device in an Apple retail store . Available only in the US, this program will soon ...
Apple recently debuted its “Reuse and Recycle” program that allows customers to trade-in their old iPhone for a new one when buying their new device in an Apple retail store . Available only in the US, this program will soon expand beyond this launch market and make its debut in the UK and Europe. Continue reading →
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We’ve covered some intense drop tests on Apple’s newest iPhones before, but today, we bring to you a slo-mo video of a blue iPhone 5c and a gold iPhone 5s being shot with a .50 cal rifle. Continue reading →
We’ve covered some intense drop tests on Apple’s newest iPhones before, but today, we bring to you a slo-mo video of a blue iPhone 5c and a gold iPhone 5s being shot with a .50 cal rifle. Continue reading →
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I would say ‘spoiler alert,’ but I’m sure it’s far too late for that. Photos of shells and components belonging to Apple’s fifth-generation tablet have been bouncing around the web since January of this year...
I would say ‘spoiler alert,’ but I’m sure it’s far too late for that. Photos of shells and components belonging to Apple’s fifth-generation tablet have been bouncing around the web since January of this year. But these new images offer an extremely clear look at the so-called iPad 5—perhaps the best we’ve seen thus far. And they give us a really good idea of what we can expect to see from Apple later this month…(...)Read the rest of New photos offer clear look at Apple’s upcoming iPad 5 "New photos offer clear look at Apple’s upcoming iPad 5" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
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There is one pre-requisite, you need to be on firmware 3.1.2, or have saved your SHSH blobs for iPhone 3.1.2 in order to use sn0wbreeze 1.7 to jailbreak your iDevice on iOS 4. Users of iPhone 3GS (new bootrom) and iPod Touch 2G (MC model...
There is one pre-requisite, you need to be on firmware 3.1.2, or have saved your SHSH blobs for iPhone 3.1.2 in order to use sn0wbreeze 1.7 to jailbreak your iDevice on iOS 4. Users of iPhone 3GS (new bootrom) and iPod Touch 2G (MC model) should note that the jailbreak using Sn0wbreeze 1.7 will be tethered. This means that every time you power off your phone, you will need to connect it to Computer to bring it back on.Source: dkszone.net
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David Barnard, the founder of Contrast which makes the popular iOS app Launch Center Pro, has claimed that making money from paid applications in Apple’s App Store is becoming more difficult. He notes that Perfect Weather, Contrast...
David Barnard, the founder of Contrast which makes the popular iOS app Launch Center Pro, has claimed that making money from paid applications in Apple’s App Store is becoming more difficult. He notes that Perfect Weather, Contrast’s latest app priced at same $2.99, has grossed four times less that what Launch Center Pro grossed in the App Store for its first day sales (via Mashable). Barnard notes that Perfect Weather was timed around the release of iOS 7. While the app managed to reach #6 on the Paid Apps rank in the U.S. App Store, Barnard was shocked when it came to revenues for the app. Launch Center Pro also managed to hit #6 on the paid apps chart in the U.S., though Perfect Weather got an added bump by being featured in iTunes’s “Designed for iOS 7″ section. Yet when it came time to compare numbers for first day sales, it turns out that Launch Center Pro grossed four times what Perfect Weather grossed in the U.S. App Store. Hitting the paid app charts, in other words, doesn’t mean what it used to. Barnard isn’t alone. Mashable has spoken with half a dozen high-profile iOS developers who have all reported seeing lower sales from their paid applications — regardless of how well the app ranks on the charts. Some, including Tapity’s Jeremy Olson, are going as far as saying that paid apps (as opposed to free apps that generate revenue through in-app purchase) are dead. Barnard, who often writes about his experiences in the indie app development space on his blog, isn’t ready to go that far. But he does see that the market surrounding paid apps is shifting. ”Last year the strategy was to build up to a big launch, spike high in the charts, and make most of your money in the first month or so,” Barnard told Mashable. “That’s exactly what happened with Launch Center Pro. Launch Center Pro made as much in its first month as it did in its subsequent 10 months.” On the contrary, latest statistics from analytics companies such as App Annie and Distimo, app revenues for Apple’s App Store and Google Play continue to be on the rise. So, what do you think is really going on? Developer Says Making Money From Apple’s App Store Is Becoming More Difficult is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
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Foursquare has issued a fairly significant update to its iOS client today, bringing the app to version 6.4. The update includes a number of improvements, including new UI and an all-new ‘Nearby’ button. But easily the biggest...
Foursquare has issued a fairly significant update to its iOS client today, bringing the app to version 6.4. The update includes a number of improvements, including new UI and an all-new ‘Nearby’ button. But easily the biggest addition to Foursquare 6.4 is the new Real-time recommendations feature. With it enabled, the app will send you useful location-based information, like current specials at a restaurant…(...)Read the rest of Foursquare app updated with new design and real-time recommendations "Foursquare app updated with new design and real-time recommendations" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
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Apple product leaker Sonny Dickson has posted 74 high quality photos of the purported iPad 5 shell in Space Gray, which takes design cues from the iPad mini. The pictures are necessarily new (here are hands-on videos), but provide higher...
Apple product leaker Sonny Dickson has posted 74 high quality photos of the purported iPad 5 shell in Space Gray, which takes design cues from the iPad mini. The pictures are necessarily new (here are hands-on videos), but provide higher resolution photos to check out details of these shells. The Home button area on these purported iPad 5 shells happen to fit the new Touch ID sensor from the iPhone 5s, which has fuelled speculation the new fingerprint feature could be debuting on October 22, when Apple announces new iPads at a special event. You can check out the entire gallery here. Another Purported Gallery Shows Off ‘iPad 5′ in Space Gray Details [PICS] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
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NPD DisplaySearch is claiming that in addition to a 4.7-inch iPhone 6, or perhaps 4.8-inch as previously reported by WSJ and Peter Misek, Apple is also developing its first phablet-sized 5.7-inch iPhone with a 1920 x 1080 display, CNET i...
NPD DisplaySearch is claiming that in addition to a 4.7-inch iPhone 6, or perhaps 4.8-inch as previously reported by WSJ and Peter Misek, Apple is also developing its first phablet-sized 5.7-inch iPhone with a 1920 x 1080 display, CNET is reporting. According to the firm’s latest research note, Apple’s plans for its 2014 product lineup include a Retina MacBook Air, a 1.6-inch flexible AMOLED display iWatch and a phablet-sized iPhone. The research firm has also published an interesting chart (shown above) showing all these “expected” products and their estimated release times, based on data from the supply chain of manufacturers in Asia. David Hsieh says in the research note that even though Apple has been an early adaptor of display technology, rapid developments in technology and manufacturing of LCD and OLED displays have “challenged Apple’s leadership in display adoption”, meaning lots of mobile players can match or beat Apple’s Retina display technology now. “Other smart phone brands like HTC, Huawei, Nokia and Sony are all gearing up with higher resolution, larger displays, as are the tablet PC makers, led by Google and Amazon,” he said. Some of the goodies expected from Apple include: Big iPad : a 12.9-inch iPad with a 2,732×2,048 resolution display.  iPad Mini 2: sporting a 7.9-inch 2,048×1,536 display, matching the resolution of the larger 9.7-inch iPad.  Retina MacBook Air: Finally, a Retina version of the popular Air. The new MBA may have a smaller 12-inch screen boasting 2,304×1,440 resolution. (Or slightly larger if you compare it to the current 11.6-inch MacBook Air.)  iWatch 1.3-inch and 1.63-inch iWatch with 320×320 flexible AMOLED display.  Apple TV: 55-inch, a 65-inch 4Kx2K screen. Hsieh concluded his note by saying that Apple is planning to revamp nearly all of the displays in its products over the next year. DisplaySearch Claims Apple Is Developing iPhones With Both 4.7 And 5.7-inch Screens is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
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Back in August, Yahoo added live customizable filters and a bunch of professional editing tools to its Flickr Mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch. Today, another significant update to the Flickr iOS app introduces two brand new features...
Back in August, Yahoo added live customizable filters and a bunch of professional editing tools to its Flickr Mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch. Today, another significant update to the Flickr iOS app introduces two brand new features i.e. automatic uploading from your camera roll to its servers at full resolution as well as automatic photo straightening using the Flickr editor. Before today’s update, users had to upload their camera roll photos to Flickr from their iPhone or iPod manually. The new Auto Upload feature for iOS 7 users allows them to automatically save their photos to Flickr, securely and privately, until they’re ready to to edit and share them. The other new feature i.e auto-straightening, makes it very easy to straighten your photos during editing. With Auto Upload, you can always find your smartphone photos wherever you want — within the Flickr app and on Flickr.com. Have you ever framed up  the perfect photo but got bumped as you took the shot? It can be pretty frustrating. With the tap of a button, the Flickr app will instantly straighten your picture. It’s a tool that works like magic when your photo is just a little bit off. Today’s Flickr Mobile app update still does not bring native support for iPad. You can grab the free update for iPhone/iPod touch at the following App Store link: Download Flickr App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad [Direct Link] Yahoo Adds Auto Upload and Auto Straightening Features To Flickr App for iOS is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
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