Just moments ago, Apple released a new version of its mobile operating system iOS to the general public. Mainly a security update, iOS 4.3.4 (or 4.2.9 for CDMA iPhone owners), is here to close the bug that allowed the recent jailbreak.
Apple does a lot of things right, but up until this point the company’s selection of tone sounds for alerts have been anything but impressive. However, that is about to change. Beginning with iOS 5, users are able to purchase new tones right from the Settings app.
More information has been uncovered about Apple’s file, which apparently tracks our every move. For privacy advocates, it is probably very good news. It appears that the file was never supposed to track our every move forever, and because of this, the problem should eventually be solved. However, is this the end of the story?
One of the more interesting discoveries within the alleged iOS 5 leak was the inclusion of full Facebook integration within the OS. However, the folks at 9 To 5 Mac believe what we actually saw was an old version of iOS 4 being tested at a time when Apple intended to integrate its iOS with Facebook, but eventually did not.
As early generation iOS-based devices truly start showing their technological age, and being left out of the latest and greatest features, how many iDevice users have the latest version of Apple's mobile OS on their devices? One iOS developer chose to share some numbers that give us a bit of an insight.
If you're a jailbroken iPhone users who wants to enjoy the pleasures of iOS 4.0.1's new signal bars without upgrading your phone's firmware, be sure to read on, and discover how a simple mod can make this possible for you.
Remember Ether Radio, the Retina display-optimized, multitasking app we talked about not so long ago? We've now got five promo codes for the application to give away to five lucky readers! Read on to find out more!
If you're a Retina display-loving iPhone 4 owner who's in the market for a decent radio app, then look no further. Ether for iPhone is a brilliant radio application - and at $0.99 it's easily worth the cash! Read on to find out why you should buy this brilliant app...
Forget the iPhone 4 antenna issues, and the handset's proximity sensor; the latest issue users are experiencing (with all devices running iOS 4) involves "muffled" sound quality when making calls using a Bluetooth headset. Read on to find out more!