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    by Published on 07-15-2010 10:57 AM



    The next-generation MacBook Air will have an 11-inch screen and an ultra-low voltage (ULV) Intel Core i-series processor, according to the Taiwan-based publication DigiTimes. The report - which as is usual for DigiTimes cites "upstream component makers" - also echoes increasingly-common rumors that the new iPod touch released this year will have a camera. The report says that the refreshed MacBook Air ...
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    by Published on 07-15-2010 09:38 AM




    Speaking truth to power is never easy. But, last year, one intrepid iPhone 4 engineer told Apple chief Steve Jobs that the design of the iPhone 4 was ripe for antenna and reception problems. Shortly before the June 2010 launch of the updated Apple smartphone, executives were warned once again of the device's intermittently fatal reception flaw.

    Bloomberg News reported Thursday that Ruben Caballero, ...
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    by Published on 07-15-2010 08:52 AM




    It appears that FaceTime is coming to the iPad and iPod touch, according to new details presented by BRG. If you're scratching your head as to how devices without phone numbers will accommodate FaceTime, "sources" tell BGR that users will be able to register their Apple ID to their touch or iPad and then associate an email address to that particular ID. In other words, calls will then be facilitated ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 10:12 PM



    We covered DragonFireSDK back in January, when they were a jailbreak-only program. They've since grown up a bit, and no longer require a jailbroken iPhone - which is good for all you folks stillllllll waiting for your jailbreak - to get developing in Windows.

    We get emails almost daily asking us how to develop for the iPhone in Windows (uh... why are you emailing us that... post in the forums. ), so I figured revisiting these guys would be solid. DragonFireSDK ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 07:05 PM



    Apple will finally address the iPhone 4 dilemma in greater detail this Friday in a scheduled press conference. While much is not yet know about the event, it will take place in Cupertino and will focus exclusively on the iPhone 4 and the lingering reception issues related to the "Death Grip" phenomenon. First reported by the Wall Street Journal, late Wednesday Apple informed the media of the press conference which ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 05:20 PM

    With the new iOS 4.1 update around the corner, it is more important than ever to back up your SHSH files to ensure that you will be able to downgrade to 4.0 after the new update has been released.

    TinyUmbrella, a handy application which allows you to both save your SHSH files and also use them to downgrade, isn't new - but it has been updated with performance improvements and a nice big GUI upgrade. More information ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 03:28 PM



    Could this be it? The infamous iOS 4.1 update?! You bet it is! Now available through Apple's Developer Center, iOS 4.1 Beta is available for download. This is news we have all been anticipating for some time now, but the question here is, what exactly are we getting in iOS 4.1? Will our antenna issues be solved, or will they simply be "masked"?

    The releases notes don't go into detail about any fixes, however they do state ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 11:11 AM



    An electromagnetic engineer has found fault with the way Consumer Reports did its iPhone 4 testing, calling it "uncontrolled, unscientific" and no different than the simple experiments "that many of the blogging sites have done." While Bob Egan - who says he dealt with "exactly the kind of issues that now face Apple" in his career - stops short of saying that there is no problem, he says it was wrong ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 10:22 AM




    Gizmodo and iFixit are giving widespread attention to new reports that allege Apple is already revamping its iPhone 4 building process to curb the lingering reception issues and so-called "Death Grip" phenomenon. Naturally, even without "sources" and "reports" corroborating this suspicion, one would only hope that Apple is doing something internally to prevent more potentially defective or flawed products from entering ...
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    by Published on 07-14-2010 09:42 AM




    Generally, when a company's product gets beaten up from virtually every source in almost any direction you turn, there's a good chance that sales would be negatively impacted by such a reality. Well, if you're Apple and your product is the iPhone 4, you're not like the rest of us. In fact, if the results of the latest Changewave survey are correct, the iPhone 4 could do no wrong.



    Let's put that information ...
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    by Published on 07-13-2010 07:23 PM

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41rm8MCdoh8]YouTube - iPhone 4 Carrier Unlock[/ame]

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YqZMPOej1M[/ame]


    I have nothing to say except watch the ENTIRE VIDEO! Planetbeing will explain to you the current state of unlocking and what to expect! WATCH THE WHOLE VIDEO!

    Don't forget to follow these guys on Twitter.

    iphone_dev (iphone_dev) ...
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    by Published on 07-13-2010 04:30 PM




    If there is any reason why Apple isn't going to recall the iPhone 4, it may be because of this. According to the calculations presented by Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi, embarking on a full product recall would cost an estimated $1.5 billion. And while many are calling on Apple to "do the right thing" and fix the problem before consumer frustrations and corporate image problems are allowed ...