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  • iOS 4.1 Beta 3 Now Available to Developers


    Important Notes: Developers ONLY! Do Not Update if you need unlocking abilities.

    A week later and Apple has gone ahead and pushed out Beta 3, for iOS 4.1 to Developers.

    It's quite apparent that Apple really wants to hash out 4.1 as quickly as possible, possibly to patch the security hole used by JailbreakMe.com. We'll find out shortly, so check back for updates when we can dig deeper into this new release. We will be sure to let you know if this release has any effect on the newest jailbreak method, which we assume it will of course.

    With this update, GameCenter is no longer supported on the original iPhone 3G and 2nd generation iPod Touch. Developers no longer have access to things such as "Player Status". Not really sure what exactly Apple has planned for GameCentre. It seems like such a tease lately.

    Since 4.1 Beta 1 was released, we've seen a slew of changes and fixes. Our Signal Bars were "fixed" and became slightly taller, along with a new baseband in 4.1, (02.07.01), which will break the current ultrasn0w unlock. GameCenter has returned with a slightly new look, however it seems to get pulled apart with each update. Small interface fixes have been introduced such as rotating icons for the camera view, the ability to add Favorite with FaceTime, SpellChecking disabling, Parental control, and even full Bluetooth AVRCP support.

    With this being the 3rd round for Beta, one can guess that the release is right around the corner.

    As usual you can find this at iPhone Dev Center - Apple Developer.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: iOS 4.1 Beta 3 Now Available to Developers started by nickhesson View original post
    Comments 74 Comments
    1. face2face's Avatar
      face2face -
      Quote Originally Posted by Joseph_Prophet View Post
      infinifolders is being released later tonight, along with 4.0 compatible infinidock and infiniboard. hope this helped^^
      can anyone confirm about infinidock & infiniboard?
    1. KartRacer's Avatar
      KartRacer -
      Quote Originally Posted by face2face View Post
      can anyone confirm about infinidock & infiniboard?
      I've got infinifolder and it works great.
    1. face2face's Avatar
      face2face -
      Quote Originally Posted by KartRacer View Post
      I've got infinifolder and it works great.
      ya...i got infinifolder also. But im wanting to know if anyone has infini-board & dock workin on the iphone 4 or if the 4.0 versions are goin to be released.
    1. KartRacer's Avatar
      KartRacer -
      DOH! Sorry dude, misread it and thought you meant infinifolders!
    1. Halten77's Avatar
      Halten77 -
      No GameCenter for the iPhone 3G?! Jesus Christ... Can anyone port this to the 3G when it's released please? Lol
    1. santacruzlocal's Avatar
      santacruzlocal -
      Hopefully it will be out soon ... I'm sure apple will release the GM Copy soon
    1. bobright's Avatar
      bobright -
      What is Game Center?
    1. zetaprime's Avatar
      zetaprime -
      Quote Originally Posted by olivo42 View Post
      I have a question...
      -is there a way to place more than 12 apps in a Folder??
      Using "Categories" we can place up to 20 if it is desire.

      Is there a way?... please let me know
      There's a new app called Infinfolders which allows as many as you want in a folder

      Quote Originally Posted by KartRacer View Post
      I've got infinifolder and it works great.

      Loving Infinifolder. Infindock for IOS4 is out and works nicely as well.
    1. Cory Gillmore's Avatar
      Cory Gillmore -
      Quote Originally Posted by bobright View Post
      What is Game Center?
      It's like an Xbox Live service for iDevices. Except it won't be as intuitive or feature packed because it's not made by Microsoft. HAHAHA! Don't flame me...hell I don't care FLAME ON!! *puts on flame retardant suit*
    1. insomnia30's Avatar
      insomnia30 -
      Hi all,
      i have downloaded iOS 4.01 for my iphone 3GS but how can i install it in my iPhone. i have downloaded and saved it in my hard disk. im on windows vista.
      HELP!!!
    1. face2face's Avatar
      face2face -
      Quote Originally Posted by insomnia30 View Post
      Hi all,
      i have downloaded iOS 4.01 for my iphone 3GS but how can i install it in my iPhone. i have downloaded and saved it in my hard disk. im on windows vista.
      HELP!!!
      Why didnt you just upload it straight to your phone through itunes?
    1. Niner1000RR's Avatar
      Niner1000RR -
      Did they enable full BT control for music yet?
    1. reanimationxp's Avatar
      reanimationxp -
      Quote Originally Posted by insomnia30 View Post
      Hi all,
      i have downloaded iOS 4.01 for my iphone 3GS but how can i install it in my iPhone. i have downloaded and saved it in my hard disk. im on windows vista.
      HELP!!!
      First, visit this page:
      www.iwillstophijackingthreads.com

      and agree to the terms. Download the firmware installer that matches your phone, and save to your desktop. Go to "ethernet" in your windows control panel, right click on a connection with the longest name, and select "Send file through tubes". Choose the firmware file on your desktop. It will then be ready to transmit. Hook your iPhone up to your computer via an RJ45 cable, and hit Send. All done!

      Oh I almost forgot, be sure to delete system32 afterward or none of this will work after reboot.
    1. Cory Gillmore's Avatar
      Cory Gillmore -
      Quote Originally Posted by reanimationxp View Post
      First, visit this page:
      www.iwillstophijackingthreads.com

      and agree to the terms. Download the firmware installer that matches your phone, and save to your desktop. Go to "ethernet" in your windows control panel, right click on a connection with the longest name, and select "Send file through tubes". Choose the firmware file on your desktop. It will then be ready to transmit. Hook your iPhone up to your computer via an RJ45 cable, and hit Send. All done!

      Oh I almost forgot, be sure to delete system32 afterward or none of this will work after reboot.
      LMAO!! Am I the only one who actually clicked on the link before reading it?