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[13 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]

Apple is great at advertising and there is plenty of information on how good the iPhone 5 is. You might not find so many articles outlining the drawbacks of the latest iPhone. This information may be vital for the informed consumer. Don’t get me wrong, I still love the iPhone and Androids are simply not upto mark – build quality, battery, execution – lacking in most respects when compared to the iPhone. I will still get the iPhone 5. I bought every incarnation of the iPhone till date and this …

3.1.2, 3.1.3, Featured, jailbreak, Spirit, Tethered Jailbreak, Untethered Jailbreak »

[3 May 2010 | 66 Comments | ]

WARNING : Spirit jailbreak is designed to work ONLY on freshly restored, activated/hacktivated iDevices. In case of iPhones, it shouldn’t be unlocked using blacksn0w. You are warned. If you have a infinite apple logo loop issue, read this.
Your iDevices don’t need those blackra1n runs anymore! Untethered jailbreak for iPhone 3G, 3GS, iPad and iPhone 3G is now available, thanks to comex. Please donate to comex if he saved you a lot of hassle, I am sure he did!

Caution : Cydia for iPad is still at its infancy. Things can go …

3G, Cydia, Dev Team, iPhone 3G, iPhone Devs, jailbreak, QuickPwn, unlock, yellowsn0w »

[4 Jan 2009 | 57 Comments | ]

For a change, I published 3 videos which definitely enables a total noob to unlock his/her iPhone without much difficulty. Latest Firmware via iTunes (2.2), QuickPwn (Jailbreak) and yellowsn0w via Cydia/installer (Unlock) hold the three key steps for a successful unlock.
Before proceeding further, make sure you are equipped with the following :
1) Strictly iPhone 3G Updated to 2.2 firmware via iTunes (2G iPhones have a different process – BootNeuter from Cydia).
2) Intel Mac (10.5.6 s/w update) or Windows machine. [Mac users, make sure DFU mode is enabled (10.5.6 s.w update …

battery, digital battery »

[7 Aug 2008 | 16 Comments | ]

Any iPhone user will definitely use the iPhone not just as a phone but  alot more – games included. And with more openGL 3D applications to play with, iPhone’s battery life is seriously taking a big hit. Just imagine using your iPhone on a train journey with all those GPS, Location aware features, games, internet and a lot more.
The idea is to conserve the battery charge rather than use a 3rd party add-on which might cost like $100! While we all know the basics of conserving iPhone’s battery, let me …