Tag Archives: iPhone 2G

Jailbreak Tuesday: iOS 5.0.1 released / jailbroken , Siri security cracked to work on any device, BiteSMS updated

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZmu-sJyCew This week Matt runs down the current jailbreak news – iOS 5.0.1 was released and jailbreakers should stay away! Siri security protocol was cracked and can work on any device, and BiteSMS was updated to add new quick compose feature in the notification center making it even easier to create text messages without…

Jailbreak Tuesday: Android Delete Tweak Review

“If you love Android so much why don’t you get an Android?” That is what I was asked last week in the comments of my video. I don’t love Android nor would I make the mistake of getting rid of my iPhone for an Android device. However, with that being said, there are some things about Android I find a bit more pleasing to the end user. That’s why this week…

Four years of iPhone: what the past tells us about the future

In case you guys didn’t realize, today is the birthday of the original iPhone. Four years ago, Apple shipped the very first iPhone. It’s been a long four years, and we’ve gone through many changes (remember when we didn’t have multi-tasking). Heck, do you even remember life before the iPhone? It seems like a distant past. Our iOS devices have become…

Apple iPhone – Happy 4th birthday

Four years ago today Apple started selling what has become the most iconic, recognizable and popular handset of all time. The original iPhone lacked a huge amount of features – 3G and MMS support being two of the most obvious. What we didn’t know at the time was just how popular it was going to be. It’s hard to argue with the fact that Apple got it…

Blood pressure monitor: coming soon to iPhone

Are you one of the millions of people in the world with high blood pressure? Or maybe a medical doctor who is addicted to your iOS device? Well, soon, you’ll be able to take a patient’s (or your own) blood pressure right from your iOS device. Withings announced availability of its blood pressure monitor, which is compatible with all iOS devices and FDA…

‘iBooks’ bringing Apple into another lawsuit

I’d love to be one of Apple’s team of lawyers right now – business is booming between patent and trademark lawsuits. This time a New York-based book publisher is filing a lawsuit against Apple’s for its use of the “iBooks” moniker. The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan, alleges that Apple has infringed on their trademark with regards to the iBooks application….

De la Vega: We don’t sell iPhone unlocked?

Ralph De la Vega is the CEO of AT&T Mobility, an affiliate of AT&T, Inc. Today, he appeared on the All Things D conference stage, where he was questioned by Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. Then, the stage was opened to questions from the media. Luckily for us, the editors of This is My Next were there, and they asked a very serious question: Why…

Crafty Cool: Angry Birds iPod Cases

This week’s Crafty Cool Pick are these Angry Birds iPod cases. Made of cut felt fabric, they feature rustic hand stitching juxtaposed by a snarling, angry bird. There are a few choices on design — either the birds face making up the entire case, or scaled down to feature the whole bird. Red and green birds are available, and she can size them to order if…

Apple issues Press Release to combat “Locationgate”

Apple released a few new tidbits of information today. The first was that the white iPhone 4 was coming tomorrow—without the A5, without a bigger screen; hopefully we’ll see those soon enough. Then came the news that Apple was launching the iPad 2 in twelve countries this week (Hong Kong, India, Israel, Korea, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore,…