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    61 Comments  25838 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 06:09 PM
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    Sn0wbreeze v2.8b11 Now Available!

    iOS 5.0.1 was Apple's answer to the battery problems plaguing iOS 5. Although, it has been reported that iOS 5.0.1 doesn't seem to be fixing the problem at all. iOS 5.0.1 also plugs up some important jailbreak exploits that hackers are working on using to develop the untethered jailbreak for iOS 5. Since it plugs up those exploits, Pod2g recommended not upgrading so that you can ...
    26 Comments  15022 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 05:31 PM
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    Enable iOS's hidden autocorrection bar easily with AutocorrectionBar from Cydia.

    A few days ago, we learned that iOS developer Conrad Kramer discovered a hidden feature panorama mode for Camera in iOS 5 which can be enabled by changing a value in a .plist file. Right after information this surfaced, Grant Paul pushed out a package called Firebreak to Cydia to make it easier for people to utilize the hidden feature.

    It seems that there are still hidden "easter eggs" ...
    114 Comments  14780 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 04:18 PM
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    Apple rolled out iOS 5.0.1 today to fix battery problems.

    This morning, Apple released iOS 5.0.1 to fix the battery issue that users had been complaining about since upgrading to iOS 5. The fix apparently didn't work for numerous people. Apple's support forums were flooded with complaints saying that the update did nothing to fix the battery problem. The volume of users reporting the problem is undeniable proof ...
    14 Comments  3691 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 02:29 PM
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    It brings a whole new meaning to the phrase "the crowd goes wild."

    Long lines outside of Apple stores on the eve of a new product launch are common. But most of the time, violence and skirmishes prompting police intervention are rare. Unfortunately, such was the case yesterday in Hong Kong when the crowds grew rowdier than local police would allow.

    M.I.C. Gadget, which chronicled the frenetic environment ...
    5 Comments  1993 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 12:17 PM
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    2. iPad,
    3. iOS,
    4. Apple,
    5. Mac
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    Apple Insider uncovered an interesting patent filed by Apple entitled “Speaker Clip” that outlines a wearable clip-on iPod similar to the current iPod Nano or shuffle that has an integrated speaker built into the clip.

    The patent, published last week, makes no specific mention of the iPod nano or the iPod shuffle and doesn’t even include the iPod brand name anywhere in the patent. However, the devices ...
    12 Comments  7469 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 11:57 AM
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    Let's face it, mobile screens are small; small screens have few pixels and they should be conserved.

    The beloved developer, Yllier, has another tweak up his sleeve! This one is called FullScreen for Safari and it has been fully updated to work with iOS 5. Essentially, FullScreen for Safari is self explanatory in that it allows you to use Safari in full screen. But that's not all it does, it even goes a step further and lets you use gestures to navigate through Web Pages! So this little tweak is like Mac OS X Lion Safari in your pocket. FullScreen for Safari does not just automatically work; ...
    64 Comments  9904 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 11:35 AM
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    Less than one month since iOS 5 was released to the masses, today Apple issued its first incremental update for the new iOS.

    On Thursday, Apple released iOS 5.0.1 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. What we know for certain is that this hotly anticipated update takes aim at a lingering bug that first became apparent as the iPhone 4S reached consumers last month.

    All ...
    13 Comments  3548 Views
    by Published on 11-10-2011 12:11 AM
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    Reports are indicating that AT&T continues to be the dominant iPhone carrier in the US even after Verizon entered the market grabbing 40% of the users in half the time. Furthermore, it was expected that Sprint would steal a large portion of the market after it hopped on the iPhone bandwagon with the release of the iPhone 4S (with its unlimited data plan). This apparently isn’t the case though, as Sprint currently ...
    11 Comments  17284 Views
    by Published on 11-09-2011 10:43 PM
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    Want to block disruptive ads in Safari in iOS 5?

    AdBlockPlus is a very well-known and popular add-on for the Firefox Web Browser. It blocks all kinds of annoying ads that plague your Web browsing experience. But what if I told you that there was an iOS version? Well.. you'd probably say, "well yeah, there's been one for a long time." Okay, you're right. There have been numerous AdBlockPlus copycats for iOS. But one of them for sure stands out, and it's the one that works fully and absolutely with iOS 5! AdBlocker is the iOS version of AdBlockPlus developed by Yllier and it works like a charm. ...
    46 Comments  9881 Views
    by Published on 11-09-2011 10:14 PM
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    2. iOS,
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    Earlier this year T-Mobile announced they would be shifting all Smartphone users to a Pay-Per-Use data payment plan whether they wanted to or not. They would notify users by email or their September bill. The “feature” cannot be disabled through the device or via My T-Mobile.

    Infuriating yes. Legal probably. Still going on? Sadly, yes.

    MMi reader Eric Willden recently fell victim to T-Mobile’s underhanded tactics. Three of the five smartphones associated with Willden’s T-Mobile ...
    13 Comments  11260 Views
    by Published on 11-09-2011 06:04 PM
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    Ever wish that you could have more control over the brightness settings of your screen?

    Sometimes the stock brightness settings just don't cut it. They're always hidden somewhere, whether it takes digging through your Settings app or digging through SBSettings to get to it. It's just never convenient. Siri won't want anything to do with changing your screen brightness either – so don't ask, you might offend her. So when you want convenient screen brightness settings, what do you do?

    Instead of going into your settings and manually setting your brightness, developers Yllier and Kim Streich came up with a brilliant idea. How about putting a setting in your iPhone ...
    20 Comments  8853 Views
    by Published on 11-09-2011 03:56 PM
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    Take an outgoing firewall on the go with this amazing jailbreak package!

    Firewall IP is a tweak made by Yllier that let's you carry around what acts like a mobile version of LittleSnitch on your iOS device. It's not new; but it has been updated to work with iOS 5! It can be used for numerous things. One idea that I thought about is that since it blocks outgoing access at your leisure, you can actually save yourself 3G data by only allowing the processes that you want to call out, call out. This tweak brings up numerous features that are as powerful as a full-blown desktop firewall, at the same time, it's lightweight and has just about no impact on battery life whatsoever.

    When an app you are using attempts ...