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    by Published on 09-20-2010 10:02 AM

    Supertod, the creator of SpringColours, has brought us SUG4R HD for the iPhone 4. (also available for 3G). Combining both simplicity and vivid colours, this theme definitely shines on the retina display. It comes in two flavors, Normal and Diet. Normal features horizontal bars for icon/app selection, whereas the "diet" version uses your standard icon setup.

    While this is not a complete theme, it does include 26 Icons, and any donations made, the author will provide template files to continue filling the icon collection. Overall, even with the lack ...
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    by Published on 09-20-2010 08:18 AM

    There are reports that Apple may have purchased a Sweden-based tech firm that specializes in facial recognition technologies and similar applications that make it possible for gadgets and gizmos to identify users via their unique facial characteristics. If you're wondering if this could be the first step toward subsequent iPhones utilizing "facial recognition" as a security component, you are not alone. ...
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    by Published on 09-20-2010 08:17 AM

    China Unicom will launch the iPhone 4 in China, officially bringing Apple's newest phone to the world's third-largest mobile provider, on Saturday, September 25 at 8 a.m. according to an Apple press release today. At the same time, Apple will open two new stores, one in the Joy City shopping center in Beijing and one in the luxury Hong Kong Plaza in Shanghai.

    China Unicom, the country's second-largest ...
    29 Comments  1004 Views
    by Published on 09-20-2010 07:49 AM

    In case you missed it, the Internet is buzzing (thanks to a supposed revelation over the weekend) that one of the world's largest social networks may be considering its very own smartphone development and launch. According to our friends at TechCrunch, the folks at Facebook are now at work of a phone of their own.

    Although "sources" at Facebook(including those of yours truly) deny any knowledge of ...
    105 Comments  1440 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2010 09:13 PM

    The jailbreak community is eagerly awaiting the arrival of the latest iOS 4.1 jailbreak. Many are wondering, when will this software be ready, and is greenpois0n really helping things along? Chronic Dev-Team, the primary developers of jailbreaking software, have issued this statement regarding their progress:

    “Many people in the comments are asking for a progress update. Any ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2010 08:42 PM

    Confirming what Michael Essany had reported Wednesday, there are new indications that Apple is serious about coming up with a way of getting newspaper and other periodical content to iPad users. According to a Bloomberg story, Apple is in negotiations with both newspaper and magazine publishers to developing what is being called a "digital newsstand" aimed at the iPad. The negotiations are said to be ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2010 11:35 AM

    In a pile of new Apple patent applications released today, one surprise stood out: Apple is working on an external transceiver that would turn an iPod touch - or any mobile device, from a media player to a game console - into a full-featured cellular phone. The patent, called "Accessory Transceiver for Mobile Devices," was highlighted by Patently Apple today. In addition to giving calling ...
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    by Published on 09-19-2010 11:18 AM

    Following the relaxation of Apple's rules against duplicate functionality, Google Voice apps have begun to appear on the App Store. Now, thanks to the explicit removal of Apple's ban on interpreted code from the iOS Developers' Agreement, Manomio has gotten approval of the original version of their Commodore 64 emulator, complete with the BASIC interpreter that Apple had previously forced them to remove.
    48 Comments  1777 Views
    by Published on 09-19-2010 12:44 AM

    It would seem the latest iPod nano models have a secret diagnostic screen dubbed “iTerm.” This screen allows users to test various features of the iPod nano, such as: the power, audio, remote, TV Out, LCD, IO, FM receiver, memory, the touch panel and accelerometer. You navigate this screen using the Sleep/Wake and Volume buttons.

    There is also a Disk Mode that when activated allows the nano to appear as an external ...
    71 Comments  1103 Views
    by Published on 09-18-2010 02:58 PM

    GV Mobile, an incredibly popular Google Voice App that we once saw on Cydia, has made it's way back into the AppStore. Yesterday we discussed the return of Google Voice and GV Connect, one of the first GV apps to get approved, however, what I'm sure most of us were waiting for was GV Mobile+, by Sean Kovac.

    GV Mobile, the Cydia version, allowed for SMS support, voicemail, and a few other obvious features. ...
    84 Comments  1355 Views
    by Published on 09-18-2010 02:06 PM

    Disclaimer: ModMyi does not support or condone piracy in anyway. Please take this article as informational purposes only.

    It's a rather unfortunate piece of news for AppStore developers, as a group of hackers have discovered an exploit that will allow a user to install cracked apps without the use of a "rooted" iDevice.

    The group, iModZone, has created an App which goes by the name of IPA God, and claims that they have successfully been able to install ...
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    by Published on 09-17-2010 06:31 PM

    Last week Paul had discussed the soon to be return, of GV Mobile to the App store, and today an App has managed to sneak in before Sean's could.

    Google Voice apps, once deemed to be unworthy of the AppStore due to Apple's claims that these apps were "duplicating features that the iPhone comes with (Dialer, SMS, etc)", leaving apps like GV Mobile to shift over to our beloved Jailbroken devices. However, ...