With the low-level SHAtter exploit scheduled to pwn all iOS devices for life soon, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that the iOS 4.1 jailbreak will go down in history as one of the most anticipated jailbreak tool releases ever.
And it is now “seems” only a matter of days, not weeks, till GreenPois0n tool is released.
Days? How can we say that?
People who are anxious to get an iPhone 4 without a carrier lock-in in the land of Nokia will now have an opportunity to get an unlocked device.
Finnish broadcaster YLE is reporting that broadband provider Elisa will start selling unlocked iPhone 4s on Thursday, September 30th.
The iPhone 4 is currently being sold in Finland with a contract by mobile carrier TeliaSonera.
The pricing for the unlocked phones is
Official Google Voice App Reportedly Approved By Apple; Mozilla Has No Plans To Build Full Firefox Browser For iPhone
The past few weeks have been extremely eventful as far as the App Store is concerned. Apple’s decision to ease its app review guidelines has brought back several apps that were on the banned list until now.
You may be aware that apps such as MePing that were left unapproved for more than six months were finally accepted into the App Store earlier this month.
Cupertino’s decision has also brought back the limelight on Google Voice – the popular service from Google that was blocked from the App Store in July last year. According to reports, Apple may have finally approved the official Google Voice app to the App Store. The application is however not available for download as yet since it is apparently being revamped by Google to support the iPhone 4 and the multitasking capabilities of iOS 4.x.
Google has however not confirmed the development so far. A company spokesperson told TechCrunch,
“We currently offer Google Voice mobile apps for Blackberry and Android, and we offer an HTML5 web app for the iPhone. We have nothing further to announce at this time.”
However, it is a matter of time as Apple has also approved third-party Google Voice apps like GV Mobile+ and GV Connect recently.
Meanwhile, Mozilla foundation too has stayed
Hollywood, Florida – Mobile market innovator Jambasoft today is pleased to announce the release of Camera Duo 1.0, a new application that provides the ability to simultaneously capture photos and video on compatible iPhone devices.
“By being able to take pictures while recording a video, iPhone users will no longer have to choose between one or the other when capturing their special moments.” said Shani Yadgar, founder and CEO of Jambasoft.
Camera Duo 1.0 provides two different photo capture modes. In “Real Photos” mode, the application will use the physical camera to obtain each photo. In “Extract from Video” mode, the photos will be acquired from the video data and sequentially saved.
Two days back Taimur, resident admin here at Redmond Pie, tweeted that a post comparing iPhone 4 with iPod touch 4G / 3G would be going up soon. Well, if you can read this, it means we’ve fulfilled our promise!
Taimur got his 4th gen iPod touch recently and took some pretty-pretty photographs comparing the overall look, thickness, front/back and Retina Display.
The photos verify a lot of what we know about the 4th gen iPod touch so far which I’ll get into later in the post. See the photos below!!