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Limera1n iOS 4.1 jailbreak now available for Mac

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Mods / Hacks, Software

limera1n mac ios 4.1 jailbreak, the first jailbreak tool compatible with is now available for the Mac. When first released five days ago, it was Windows-only, and wouldn't even work inside of a virtual machine. Now Mac owners can get in on the action. Limera1n works with all iOS devices.

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GreenPois0n iOS 4.1 jailbreak now available

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After a short two-day delay, the iOS 4.1 jailbreak tool is now available for download. Unfortunately, like Limera1n before it, it’s a Windows-only tool for now, and the OS X version should be available shortly. We used Limera1n to jailbreak an a couple of days ago, and while it’s nice to have tools like SBSettings, and BiteSMS back in our lives, we’ve found that quite a few of the jailbreak apps that we know and love are in beta, pending a full release that is compatible with iOS 4.1. Still, we’re definitely happy to have our phones functioning the way we want them to, rather than the way Apple wants them to. GreenPois0n is free, and supports iPhone 4, iPad, iPhone 3GS, and the third- and fourth-gen iPod touch.

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GreenPois0n iOS 4.1 jailbreak drops on October 10

Greenpoison iOS 4.1 jailbreak

If you’ve got an , , or running and you’ve been itching to get that jailbreak goodness back, it looks like you’ll have your wish in under three days. The Chronic Dev Team has just confirmed that their SHAtter-based GreenPois0n jailbreak tool, which is compatible with all iOS devices, will be released to the world on October 10, 2010 at 10:10:10AM GMT—see, that’s 10/10/10 10:10:10.

GreenPois0n is based on a low-level exploit which can be used to jailbreak all currently available iOS devices permanently. In order for Apple to block GreenPois0n, they’d only be able to do it on new, revised hardware.


Video: Apple TV OS ported to iPod touch

So, now we know that the new runs , which is what we expected. What we didn’t expect was that you’d be able to run the Apple TV version of iOS 4.1 on an iPod touch. The software that runs on the Apple TV is called Lowtide, and looks to operate just fine on the iPod, save for some screen real estate issues.


Bleeding Edge TV 363: iOS 4.1 walkthrough

In this video we take a look at all the new features introduced with Apple’s latest update for iOS, iOS 4.1. We show you Game Center, which is their take on Xbox Live and social gaming, we show you how HDR photos work in the camera app, we give you a look at HD video uploads to YouTube and MobileMe, and a bunch of other tweaks and settings that you’ll find in iOS 4.1.


Push Notifications coming to Twitter for iPhone

Twitter push notificationsIf you’ve been waiting for push notifications to become a part of Twitter for iPhone, it looks like that day is finally coming. Twitter is currently testing push notifications in anticipation of rolling it out to the masses in their next update, which should be available when iOS 4.1 gets released next week.


iPod touch gets FaceTime, Retina Display, starts at $229

iPod touch 4th generation

At this morning’s event, Steve Jobs introduced the fourth generation . As expected, the iPod touch has been updated to pretty much match what we’ve seen with the . That means it has a Retina Display, as well as dual cameras. A

5 megapixel

camera on the back that takes images at 960x720, and a VGA camera on front—yup, that means that the new iPod touch is now FaceTime-compatible. The device is available in three sizes: 8GB for $229, 32GB for $299, and a 64GB model for $399. They’ll be available next week, but you can pre-order starting today.

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iOS 4.1 update brings HDR photos, HD video uploads, and plenty of bug fixes

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Cell Phones, Handhelds, Software

iOS 4.1

Apple just announced this morning at their that they’re shipping iOS 4.1, which aims to fix a lot of bugs in the platform, while also bringing new features. Here’s a rundown:

  • Bug fixes: Proximity sensor, Bluetooth, iPhone 3G performance
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos
  • High definition video upload over Wi-Fi
  • TV Show rentals
  • Game Center

iOS 4.1 ships next week for iPhone and , and it will be free for both.


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