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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

iPhone 5S and iPhone Lite will get more Attention than iPhone 5

 More and more people start to like rumors about iPhone Lite and iPhone 5S. In what would be a marked departure from its usual iPhone introduction protocol, Apple is said to be preparing to discontinue production of the iPhone 5 when it debuts the handset's successor later this year, opting instead to produce only the "iPhone 5S" and an unannounced lower-priced counterpart.

The latest rumor forecasting the demise of the iPhone 5 came on Wednesday, courtesy of ETNews. The rumor would mark a significant departure from Apple's routine, as the Cupertino company typically keeps the last two generations of its bestselling smartphone in production in order to market them to lower-income earners and markets.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Use iOS 7 Beta’s New App Store Wishlist Feature To Manage Your App Wants [iOS Tips]

iOS 7 Wshlist Splash

I’ll admit it. I really like buying things. I don’t like searching for them, or shopping per se, but I dig the heck out of wanting something, and then buying it. Go figure I end up a tech writer.

One of the ways I keep myself from overspending is to take pictures of items and store them on my iPhone. I do this a lot in book stores, where the number of new science fiction books I want far outstrips my ability to pay for them.

I use a Wishlist on Amazon, too, to track the stuff I want, perhaps later to actually purchase. Who knows?
In iOS 7 beta, you can add any apps you want to a new Wishlist feature, keeping the spending to a minimum, too. Here’s how...

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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Guidelines How to Unlock iPhone 3GS, 4 with Ultrasn0w 1.2.8 | iOS 6.1.3

Very well is some good news related to the unlocking of iOS 6.1.3 using Ultrasn0w 1.2.8. In this situation the particular jailbreak happens to be performed using Evasi0n. A significant aspect to find out normally made available would be the fact this isn't appropriate for virtually every brand new basebands.

It is an up-date pertaining to the particular match up to iOS 6.1.2 Or 6.1 and iOS 6.1.3 software, which is the newest one.

When you've got already installed the ultrasn0w fixer (for iOS 6.1 and also 6.0.1), there's no need to reinstall it. If you haven't, then you can certainly install it. As far as a if it is compatible is concerned, these Apple iPhones may be unlocked with Ultrasn0w 1.2.8. 

Supported iPhones and iOS 6.x with Ultrasn0w 1.2.8

Basebands which are often unlocked with Ultrasn0w on iPhone 4, 3GS running iOS 6.1.3, 6.1.2, 6.1 and iOS 6.0.1:

  • 01.59.00 for iPhone 4
  • 06.15.00 for iPhone 3GS
  • 04.26.08 for iPhone 3GS
  • 05.11.07 for iPhone 3GS
  • 05.13.04 for iPhone 3GS     

To preserve your Apple iPhone baseband you should utilize Sn0wbreeze 2.9.14 with the iOS 6.1.3 / 6.1.2 software.

These days we will go to the particular steps of the way you may lock your iOS 6.1, 6.1.2 or maybe 6.1.3 utilizing Ultrasn0w 1.2.8.

Action 1. First of all you have to use evasion and / or Sn0wbreeze program for jailbreak to get Cydia.

Note: ultrasn0w tweak is already added to Cydia after iOS 6.1.3 jailbreak. Just go to Search, type "Ultrasn0w" and install it. If you don't see Ultrasn0w you can add this repo following steps below.

Action 2. So next easy access your current springboard and also launch Cydia.

Action 3. Go to “Manage” and then turn to “Sources”.

Action 4. Once this has been executed, look at “Edit” and then click “Add”. You would be expected to input this specific repo:

Action 5. When this has become finished success “Add source” then “Return to Cydia”.

Action 6. In case the source repo is added, find “ultrasn0w” and install it.

Action 7. Your own jailbroken iPhone 4 as well as 3GS would initiate the actual unlock process.

Action 8. As soon as approach have been accomplished, you can restart your personal device but don't forget to do it with iBooty.

Action 9. If you have No Service and iPhone is not unlocked there is one solution. Be sure - thanks to factory official service you can unlock iPhone 3GS along with iPhone 4 that contain any baseband, and iOS.

Monday, June 10, 2013

New Apple iOS 7 AirDrop Feature

iOS 7 simplifies file sharing with AirDrop

iOS 7 AirDrop
In addition to Control Center, a new iOS 7 feature which puts often used Settings toggled just a swipe away anywhere in the system, Apple has also made it easier to send your files and documents to other iOS devices and Macs with AirDrop. As you know, Apple launched AirDrop on Macs with OS X Lion.
AirDrop talks to devices directly over Wi-Fi, without the need for an Internet connection or having to join a Wi-Fi network. In fact, the system is hassle-free in that you don’t need to configure anything – it just works…
Apple’s OS X head Craig Federighi showed off the feature briefly during the WWDC keynote, underscoring AirDrop means there is “no need to wander around the room bumping your phones,” in a subtle hint at a similar feature available on some high-end Androids, such as the Galaxy S smartphones.
Here’s a handy shortcut to AirDrop in Control Center.
Control Center iOS 7
Federighi said tapping the AirDrop button will put up icons of nearby devices that can receive or send photos and other documents. If history is anything to go by, AirDrop in iOS should work much like AirDrop on the Mac.
Because AirDrop relies on newer Wi-Fi hardware, it is only available on the iPhone 5, fourth-generation iPad, iPad mini and fifth-generation iPod touch.
That’s right, any iDevice released prior to 2012 won’t be able to support AirDrop.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

How to Continuously Loop YouTube Videos on the iPhone

Lots of people tend to use YouTube as a sort of Jukebox for music or music videos. If you’re one of those people, then perhaps you’ll appreciate this jailbreak tweak. iYouTubeReplay is a recently released tweak that allows you to continuously loop a YouTube video over and over. Take a look inside as we demonstrate how it works on video.

iYouTubeReplay Featured

Before you install iYouTubeReplay, it should be noted that the app requires you to use the official YouTube app from Google. It reportedly doesn’t work with 3rd party apps or the YouTube website.

After iYouTubeReplay is installed on your device, you’ll notice a new preference panel in the stock Settings app. Sadly, outside of a simple kill switch, there’s nothing else contained within the tweaks’s preferences.

Once you fire up a video on YouTube, and it reaches its end, you’ll notice the video automatically start over from the very beginning. That’s pretty much all this tweak does. The good news is that it is available for free on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. So if you’ve been itching to loop your YouTube videos over and over, then step right up, and be sure to share your thoughts on the matter below.


Tuesday, September 18, 2012

How does Permanent iPhone Unlock Works on iOS 6

Last night we informed you concerning OfficialiPhoneUnlock, a web site which provides permanent unlock for iPhone for the hefty price of $170. A number of people have been speculating on how this company really works. The most explained possible way OfficialiPhoneUnlock operates was that in some way, Apple’s database of unlocked iPhones had been hacked into, enabling online hackers to insert any kind of iPhone to the directory.

This is not how services like permanent iPhone Unlock work. We actually wrote about the way an official iPhone unlock works last year, but I guess it’s time to refresh everybody’s memory.

How can an iPhone be permanently unlocked?

First, in order to be officially and permanently unlocked, your iPhone IMEI (your iPhone fingerprints) has to be added to Apple’s database of unlocked iPhones. For example, if you live in France where you can buy an unlocked iPhone from one of the official carriers, this carrier will send your IMEI to Apple, which will add it to its database of whitelisted/unlocked iPhones.

Once added to the database, you need to sync your iPhone in iTunes. By communicating with Apple, iTunes will see that your device is whitelisted and will remove the lock on your iPhone, for good.

How can a web site just like LetsUnlockiPhone unlock your iPhone?

No, LetsUnlockiPhone along with other related websites didn’t hack into Apple’s database. They’re unlocking iPhones in almost complete legality. The way that they are doing it is by using accomplices at huge phone carriers that offer valid iPhone unlocks. For example, the blokes at CutYourSIM may know somebody (and most likely pay him a lot of money) which works for USA T-Mobile, a European carrier that offers unlocked iPhones. The accomplice is sent a couple of IMEIs to add to Apple’s database on behalf of T-Mobile and voila, a bunch of iPhones have been permanently unlocked.

I used USA T-Mobile as a preview, but it could very well be another official iPhone wireless carrier that gives permanent iPhone unlock. The truth is nobody was hacked. Several intelligent individuals just identified a not-so-legit way to legitimately unlock any iPhone. I’m sure Apple will figure out soon enough who submitted these IMEIs to unlock and will act accordingly.

via LetsUnlockiPhone