Nov 25

How to get Emoji (japanese emoticons) on any iPhone with firmware 2.2. The first thing you need to do is jailbreak your iPhone. Easiest way to accomplish this is via QuickPwn. After you have jailbroken your device, you need to edit the file located at /User/Library/Preferences/
» How to get Emoji (japanese emoticons) on any iPhone with firmware 2.2

Nov 12

The guys from iPhoneHellas claims that the iPhone 2.2 firmware will become available on November 21st based on what they describe as a “reliable” source. So we will have to wait 10 more days to see if this rumor is true or not. Meanwhile you can find below a short recap of the features that have been discover till know in Firmware 2.2:
» iPhone Firmware 2.2 coming out in 10 days?

Nov 06

Blogger Florian Schimanke published new screenshots from the iPhone 2.2 firmware who reveal that the iTunes Store is getting 2 new functions: over-the-air downloads for both video and audio podcasts.
» Podcast Downloads activated in Firmware 2.2

Oct 30

The iPhone-Dev team just put a new message on their blog. They announced that firmware 2.2 is still unlockable for the iPhone 2G and it still let’s you jailbreak your iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch. The official word is:The second beta of firmware version 2.2 has been out for a few days.  It looks like Apple still doesn’t have a fix for devices already prone to the pwnage jailbreak and unlock.
» Firmware 2.2 still unlockable (iPhone 2G) and Jailbreakable.

Oct 29

One month ago Apple rejected Podcaster from the App Store, the strange explication from Apple at that time was that Podcaster duplicates the functionality of the Podcast section of iTunes. But now it’s getting clear why they rejected the app.
» Podcaster in iPhone Firmware 2.2

Oct 28

After our post of the Google Maps function that will be available in the next firmware 2.2, there is already another new feature, this time you will be able to rate an application before deleting it. As you can see from the screen shot, after you have deleted the app a pop-up will appear and it will ask you to rate the app, of course you also have the option to refuse by clicking on the push-button “No thanks”.

Oct 06

With Firmware 2.2 (still beta), Apple seems to finally have decided that it should be up to the user wether he wants his typed-in texts to be auto-corrected or not.

The new switch can be found on the keyboard settings page. However, Apple still not communicated when the new firmware is going to be released.

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