It comes in colors. It sticks. Such is the Grip Tape line from RF Laserworks. They basically ad a dash of art to your favorite gadget while ensuring it never slips from your hand. They’re cheap too. Man, aren’t iPhone decals eternal founts of wonderment?
This is a full install of XMBC which supports both hardware video acceleration, rather than just a remote app you can see it in actions in the video below.
The new verizon iPhone 4 features a slightly different design than the original iPhone 4, this seems to have fixed the issue of the iPhone death grip, but the original iPhone 4 bumper case will not fit the Verizon iPhone.
Apple has now released a new universal bumper case which is design to fit both the original iPhone 4 and the new Verizon iPhone 4.
The latest version of Cydia for the iPhone has had a new ‘Manage Account’ feature added, which will let you manage your Cydia account directly from your jailbroken iPhone.
The Manage Account section will keep a record of all your downloaded and purchased applications, and you can log into it with your Facebook or Google account.
Who screwed what? Simple, really: Apple will be using a new type of screw for the iPhone 4. It’s called the pentalobe, a round-edged five point star shaped screwhead whose accompanying screwdriver is hard to find. But not hard enough to keep the iFixit guys at bay. Read more for the good juice.
The DOS iOS emulator DOSBox, was originally launched into the Apple iTunes store last year but was unceremoniously removed in October 2010 when it was discovered that it allowed users to install and run executables within the emulator.
Which then might have allowed the software to create an iOS device into an actual Windows emulating machine. As you can imagine Apple didn’t take kindly to this and promptly removed the application from the App Store.
Well you will be pleased to know that the app is back! All be it with a few tweaks to not allow .exe files to run and cause problems for Apple.
We have already seen a lot of the new features in iOS 4.3 from the release of iOS 4.3 Beta 2, one of those features is a new range of multitouch gestures, and it looks like they wont be included in the final release of iOS 4.3.
Apple has announced that these new multitouch gestures were included with iOS 4.3 Beta 2 as a preview and it looks like they wont be coming until a later version of ios.
Apple are getting close to having 10 billion apps downloaded from their App Store, and they have just announced the top iOS apps of all time, the list comprises of both paid and free applications.
Ad they have listed the top apps for the iPhone and iPad, with Doodle Jump taking the top spot for top paid iPhone apps, and Facebook taking the top spot for top free iPhone apps.
As well as evidence that the iPad 2 will feature a camera, something else has been found in iOS 4.2, a possible new media streaming service from Apple.
It looks like there are several references to a ‘Photo Stream’ in iOS 4.3 Beta 2 and a ‘Media Stream’, which hints at Apple’s new media streaming service.
An internal document from Best Buy to its employees has been leaked, and the document tells Best Buy employees to discourage their customers from purchasing a Verizon iPhone 4.
Apple is not holding back with its iOS 4.3 releases just a week after the first beta was released iOS 4.3 has now moved into beta 2 and has been made available to developers.
The new beta adds Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities for GSM iPhones to together numerous other tweaks for the new Apple TV, iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS as well as the 3rd and 4th generation iPod touch.
MegaReader is a new app for the iPhone that lets you use your iPhone’s camera to see whilst you are going whilst reading ebooks on your iPhone’s display.
The camera part of the app is designed to make the iPhone’s screen transparent and you can then read the text which is overlaid on top of what your iPhone’s camera sees.