A new day, A new jailbreak has just arrived! The Chronic Dev Team has just been released GreenPois0n RC5 to the public to bring an untethered jailbreak for all iDevices. Unlike RedSn0w 0.9.7, this does not require 4.2b3 SHSH files to be saved on Cydia. If you just got your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch for Christmas and want [...]
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GreenPois0n RC6.1 Brings an Untethered Jailbreak to all iDevices (Doesn’t require 4.2b3 SHSH!) released! GUIDE AND PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS INCLUDED!
It’s January 2007 and Steve Jobs has just totally sold me on .Mac (pronounced dot-mac, for those who don’t remember). It had website building tools, OS integrated cloud storage in the form of iDisk, cool @mac email addresses and sex appeal. The one thing that took some convincing was the cool $99 it cost annually. [...]
Simply put, it’s because of PRICE. Ever since the introduction of the iOS App Store, people don’t want to pay much money for applications. When the iPad was introduced, developers started adding the “HD” tag to apps and started charging more for them. And by more, I mean 2-3x more for them. Now with the [...]
Apple, oddly enough, removed AirPrint from 10.6.5 at the last minute. Nobody knows why, but if you want it back, you can easily “hacktivate” AirPrint with this simple and free tool.
Ok, so most of you have figured out how to take a screenshot on your computer. On the Mac the shortcut is Command-Shift-3. Here are a few tips to take things further.
Let’s just hope that it won’t cost that much more than the iPhone version… People look to iOS app store a cheap way of getting great apps. Once the Mac App Store is out, people are going to think the same way. Therefore, applications in the Mac App Store better be cheap.
Apple has also announced iLife 2011 (’11). With it comes updated versions of iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. These new versions bring a number of new and interesting features. iWeb and iDVD, on the other hand, didn’t seem to have been updated. More information, images, and the press release are all here in this post.
Today, Apple has announced their next iteration to Mac OS X: 10.7 “Lion”. Apple’s goal with Lion was to sort of combine some elements of the iOS into Mac OS X. They’ve also created a Mac App Store (will also be available for Snow Leopard within 90 days), which is a decent solution for a [...]
Apple today has announced that FaceTime will be available for all Mac owners. With it, you can video call other Mac users as well as iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G owners. Apple has also put out a beta, which requires Mac OS X 10.6.4 (or later). More information and download links (and the press [...]
With a few hours left, people are trying to figure out exactly what Apple will be announcing today. On Apple’s discussion forum, it was noted that there will be 5 new discussion categories (all of which will change/have changed):