After the release of jailbreakme 2.0 “which is good news” there is also some bad news for the jailbreak fans, Apple fixed a security flaw in safari that makes it impossible to jailbreak your device using jailbreakme.com. Apple did not release the fix for safari yet but will use it in the next software-update, so jailbreak your device while it still can. Apple did not say when they will release the next software-update but on Wednesday an Apple spokeswoman said in a statement, “We’re aware of this reported issue, we have already developed a fix and it will be available to customers in an upcoming software update.” » Apple Fixed A Security Flaw In Safari To Block Jailbreakme.com
The Library of Congress has added new anti-circumvention exceptions to the DMCA that allow people to tweak, jailbreak, unlock and rooting their handset. This means that we are allowed to run unapproved apps on our iDevices, Androids or any other Smartphone and Apple or any other company cant sue you for doing that. You can read the full statement from the Librarian of Congress after the break. » Jailbreaking & Unlocking Now Official Legal!
Jason Chen is a Gizmodo editor and the guy who bought the found iPhone Prototype. They also gave the iPhone Prototype back to Apple when they asked for it. A little later Apple spoke to the police to investigate this case and now they searched Jason Chens house. When Jason came back home last Friday he noticed something weird, the police entered his home without him present. » Police Searched House Of Gizmodo Editor Jason Chen
The story about the iPhone Prototype in the hands of Gizmodo isn’t over yet. Apple has spoken to local police about the incident and has been passed to the crime task force led by the Santa Clara County district attorney’s office. Its not sure if Apple started this investigation agains Gizmodo, its source who reportedly found the iPhone in a bar, or both. But it could end up pretty bad for Gizmodo. Apple as well as Gizmodo didn’t comment on this story yet. » Police Investigating iPhone Prototype Incident
As you all know by now, it looks like Gizmodo has a prototype of the next gen iPhone that belongs to Apple. Now Apple has sent a formal letter to Gizmodo requesting their device back, this proofs it’s a real Apple product. Gizmodo also replied saying they are happy to give it back to its rightful owner. But is this all planned by Apple? Is Steve Jobs trying to mess with our minds by letting us think it’s the real thing? We still have to wait till the WWDC stage in June to find out. » Apple Wants The iPhone Prototype Back From Gizmodo!
All iPhone and Gadgets sites are all worked up about the “iPhone Found in a Bar in Redwood City”. First Engadget thought it was the real next gen iPhone, later they said it was just a simple Japanese knock-off, and now Gizmodo said they are sure it’s the real thing. They said they already got their hands on the device since one week and disassembled it to find out what it really was. Unfortunately they cant boot the device because Apple remotely killed the phone before they got access to it, Apple also want the prototype back. Gizmodo uploaded movies, pictures and details of the device that you can see and read after the break. » iPhone 4G/HD Reviewed, It’s the Real Thing!
We all talk about it, when will the next gen iPhone arrive? Well Boy Genius Report has received multiple reports from AT&T sources that the carrier has now put a block on employees taking vacations in June. This could only mean one thing, a new iPhone launch! » AT&T Blocks June Vacations, iPhone 4G Launch!