iPhone 3.1.3 Untethered Jailbreak with Thunderst0rm [Final Video]

Most of you must have heard about the thunderst0rm team who claims to have got an exploit+solution to jailbreak and unlock all device (iPhone, iPod and iPad) on iPhone 3.1.3 with 05.12.01 baseband. Today, they have posted a new video which shows the final test build in action. According to them, if everything goes fine, they will release the program Tomorrow.

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iPhone OS 4.0: Video Walkthrough Of Bluetooth Keyboard Support

iPhone Os 4.0 bluetooth keyboardApple’s next generation iPhone OS – iPhone OS 4.0 includes several features such as multitasking and folder management that are very popular among jailbroken iPhone users. 

Apple has also included support for Bluetooth keyboard in iPhone OS 4 for iPhone and iPod Touch that was possible using jailbreak iPhone apps like BTStack Keyboard.

Folks at 9to5Mac have released a nice video walkthrough that showcases the Bluetooth keyboard support in iPhone OS 4.0.

 

As you can see from the video embedded below, the functionality

Split Keyboard For iPad [Concept]

Due to its large screen size and space, iPad is extremely comfortable to work with in most cases. However, there are times when you feel awkward holding it from one hand, and typing from another in the landscape mode.

Your one hand here becomes nothing more than a dock, whereas the other one remains hanging in air – used only for on-screen typing. Not so cool right?.

Found Footage: Android running on the iPhone

Hacker David “Planetbeing” Wong has posted a video of Google’s Linux-based Android OS running via OpeniBoot on the iPhone. Obviously, it’s way off of Apple’s reservation, but

Princeton University Provides Workarounds To Fix iPad’s Wi-Fi Connectivity Issues

Princeton university Wifi problemPrinceton University has explained Wi-Fi issues with the iPad

According to the University’s Office of Information Technology, the problem lies in the way iPad uses the network’s Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) while leasing IP addresses. Officials claim that this could potentially disrupt the connection established by other devices in the network. 

The report notes:

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