Jul 30

CMW, the creator of WinPwn, has posted another entry on on WinPwn’s homepage. This time giving us some info about the upcoming WinPwn 2.5. It states it will be much easier to use and will help people having issues. Full entry inside. » WinPwn 2.5 available soon

Jul 30

Picoli is a fairly new image editing iPhone application. It allows you to place one filter- such as making the picture brighter or sharper- one over another, which can become annoying. On the upside it works really well and can make up for the iPhones 2 megapixel camera. Once you are done editing you can save it back into your camera roll and delete the original if wanted.
» App Store – Picoli

Jul 25

Apple is starting an App Store Beta program that will allow developers to test their applications before they release them in the App Store for everyone to download. This will greatly decrease the number of bugs and complaints on new applications. An article excerpt inside.

» Apple starts an App Store Beta program

Jul 25

Here is a tutorial on how to use the newly released WinPwn 2.0. It’s fairly easy to use, but here’s a step-by-step guide on the features. To use this version of WinPwn, make sure you first uninstall WinPwn 1.0 if you have it already installed. Installing 2.0 over 1.0 will cause a few problems. Also make sure you are using iTunes version 7.7. » WinPwn 2.0 Tutorial

Jul 22

GeoHot, the same person who created yiphone.org last week, has released a DFU tool for the iPhone. It uses an implementation of the same exploit that is present in PwnageTool 2.0, and allows you to do whatever you want at the iPhone’s DFU level. On his blog, he says: » GeoHot releases his DFU tool.

Jul 21

iRinger is an application that allows you to edit songs and export them to iTunes to use as iPhone ringtones. It is compatible with firmwares 1.1.2 and up, including 2.0 and iTunes 7.7. » iRinger: free ringtones for your iPhone

Jun 23

Safari on the iPhone has a little problem that it doesn’t save usernames and passwords when you have entered them. iRemember fixes this little issue by allowing Safari to save cookies. This is a must have little mod that will save you quite some time when entering usernames and passwords.
» iRemember – Saves your password in iPhone Safari

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