Semitethered Jailbreak for iOS 5 HOW TO and Explanation

By Joon | On Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 - 1 Comment »

Until now, iOS 5 jailbreaks with RedSn0w have been only tethered, meaning that we would have to reconnect our phone every time we wanted to turn our device on after a reboot or turning it off. Untethered jailbreaks are what most people desire, the ability to turn on and off you iPhone at will without having to worry about connecting your phone to your computer every time you want to turn....

Amazing iPhone Sales All Around

By Ben | On Friday, October 21st, 2011 - No Comments »

  I bet a lot of you might have heard – iPhone 4S’s are flying off the shelves. Apple announced a few days ago that they had already sold over four million units. That’s in less than a week – pretty impressive.  It’s really impressive when you consider the tons of iPhone 4 users who swore they weren’t going to upgrade. I think it’s safe to say that a healthy....

Why Apple Bought Siri

By Joon | On Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 - No Comments »

Siri wasn’t always that little personal assistant on your phone. It used to be that really popular and intelligent voice control app that use to be on the App Store. The project was actually started by Jon Pielak, who began Siri in 2008. The app, when out in the store, was among the most popular in terms of voice command. It was able to take voice command on the iPhone and take it to....

The Camera that Changed the Game

By Sean | On Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 - No Comments »

There is a lot to be said for the iPhone 4S. There are a lot of things about it that make it great. However, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the Camera is the one thing that takes the cake, steals the show, cream of the crop, top of the line. Once upon a time taking pictures on your cell phone provided you with some grainy images that showed you posing in front of your mirror. Apple has continually....

iPhone 4S First Impressions

By Sean | On Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 - No Comments »

I was kidding myself when I made the decision not to upgrade to the new iPhone. I knew I wanted to get it, but I didn’t see the reason to spend the money on it. With it being such a ‘small’ upgrade to my logical mind, I didn’t want to fall into the same trap I do every single time a new phone is released. I should have known right from the start that I was going to....

Siri ported to the iPhone 4

By Joon | On Saturday, October 15th, 2011 - No Comments »

Siri has been ported to the iPhone through a couple of hackers. It was reported yesterday that Siri was able to be ported to the iPhone due to the fact that the software was not dependent on the A5 processor or the iPhone 4S. From Engadget: Apple’s iPhone 4 may not have the fancy dual core CPU of its successor, but thanks to the efforts of developer Steven Troughton-Smith and the....

Siri not limited to iPhone 4S

By Joon | On Friday, October 14th, 2011 - No Comments »

The real killer feature of the iPhone 4S is Siri, with the voice command system being among the most advanced available on a phone to date. Siri is currently an iPhone 4S exclusive, with the software being formatted for the newly released phone. However, it seems as if that Siri may be able to ported to the iPhone 4. It was originally thought that Siri would be limited to the 4S due to the....

iPhone 4S

By Sean | On Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 - No Comments »

At risk of sounding like a broken record, lets talk about the iPhone 4S. As some predicted, I won’t say I did, because I really wasn’t sure as I said in my last post about this, but I will say that there ware plenty of people out there who did predict it. Apple unveiled a new iPhone, much in the same line as they did two years ago with the iPhone 3GS. A speed bump, a power bump,....

Steve Jobs: In Memory

By Sean | On Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 - No Comments »

Driving home on Wednesday seemed like a normal activity to me. Nothing interesting had happened recently, and I was just doing my regular drive home from school. It was then that I got a text message from a friend of mine, asking if Steve Jobs had passed away. I was shocked. I knew things had been getting worse, but I fully expected to see him make a recovery for a while longer and joke....

200,000 iPhone 4S Preorders for AT&T

By Joon | On Monday, October 10th, 2011 - No Comments »

Every iPhone launch is always a big deal. There is always a jam on the iPhone servers and people always have trouble putting in orders on the Apple, AT&T websites. While the servers may have loosened up due to the fact that there are now iPhones on both Verizon and Sprint, there was still trouble on the Apple servers. According to Apple and AT&T, they have processed over 200,000 preorder....