Jailbreak iOS 6 Tethered On iPhone 4 & iPod touch 4G, Untethered On 3GS

iOS 6 was released a year after iOS 5, almost to the day. The untethered jailbreak for the previous major update came out around Christmas last year, but the progress for iOS 6 has been a bit slower. We will be lucky even to have a tethered jailbreak for all iDevices before December (specially the newer ones with A5, A5x and A6 processors). However, this does not mean that the jailbreak community has been completely idle so far, as tethered jailbreaks for A4 and older devices have already been released, albeit with restrictions and compatibility issues. Until now, if you jailbroke your iOS 6-donning A4 device, you had to install the Cydia app manually (as outlined in our detailed guide on how to jailbreak  and install Cydia on iOS 6 Beta). Fortunately, things have finally started to move forward with the release of redsn0w 0.9.15b1. The latest update of the tool now installs Cydia itself with tethered jailbreak for A4 and older devices, and offers an untethered jailbreak for iPhone 3GS with the old bootrom. A step-by-step guide and more on supported devices past the break.Read More

aremaC Is The Most Comprehensive Camera & Photo Editing App For iPhone

If you’ve been following me anywhere – AddictiveTips included – you may have guessed that I am a huge fan of photography apps for the iPhone. It’s not only because of my interest in photography, but also owing to the fact that the capable cameras on iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S get really complemented by all the good apps out there in the iTunes App Store. AddictiveTips’ archives are full of brilliant photo apps, including the likes of Magic Hour and IncrediBooth, disposable camera replicas like Dotti, and Mosaic & Collage makers like Fotoyaki. Then there are feature rich photo editors like Pho.to Lab and Luminance, which let you tweak about any aspect of your photos, and capable camera replacement apps such as King Camera and TapShot, which can change the entire scope of how you handle your iPhone’s already-pretty-decent camera. What’s more, this is merely the tip of the iceberg, as the App Store is teeming with several other alternatives, many of which might be even better.Read More

Corona 5.0.1 Untether: Get Untethered Jailbreak On iOS 5.0.1 [Cydia Tweak]

Untethered jailbreak for iOS 5.0.1 has just been released and is available for download. As you’d already know, @pod2g, the hacker who discovered the untethered exploit for iOS 5.0.1, handed over his findings to both the Chronic Dev Team and iPhone Dev Team for packaging and final release. iPhone Dev Team just released updated version of their redsn0w tool, making it redns0w 0.9.10b1 for performing untethered jailbreak on all supported A4 (and lower) iOS devices (our full guide is linked above). Chronic Dev Team took things one step further, and released a Cydia package by the name of Corona 5.0.1, that can perform the same untether on any jailbroken iPhone 4, iPhone 4 CDMA, iPhone 3GS, iPad 1, iPod Touch 4G and iPod Touch 3G, running iOS 5.0.1. Details and instructions after the break.Read More

Redsn0w 0.9.10b1 Untethered Jailbreak For iOS 5.0.1 Now Available

Good news for iOS jailbreakers eagerly anticipating @pod2g’s untether to be released. The infamous iPhone Dev Team has just updated their redsn0w and Pwnage tools to jailbreak iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad 1 untethered on iOS 5.0.1, and is available for download. The updated redsn0w 0.9.10b1 for both Windows and Mac OS X can perform untethered jailbreak on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 1, iPod Touch 4G and iPod Touch 3G (all A4 devices) running iOS 5.0.1 (iOS 5.0 not supported). Details after the break.Read More

ICaughtU Uses iPhone Front Camera To Snap Photo On Incorrect Passcode

Smartphones replaced a lot of things in our lives with their advent; portable media players, handheld gaming devices, personal information managers (PIMs) and contact books are just a few of the categories that got combined in one smartphone, handling everything from communications to information management to entertainment. Apple’s iPhone, being the most popular choice for smartphone owners as of now, is no exception, and perhaps more prone to data theft than others, as the basic protection it offers is plainly a passcode. What if you want to enhance the security on your device with, say, identity of the thief (or attempting thief, to be exact)? Well, if you’re jailbroken and having a front-camera equipped iOS device (iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4G or iPad 2), you’re in luck, because ICaughtU jailbreak tweak aims to do just that. Details after the break.Read More

Fix iMessage/FaceTime & Push Notifications On Hacktivated iPhone 4/3GS

iOS 5 brought with it a plethora of new features, including the infamous iMessage that allowed users to communicate with any other iOS 5 device over a WiFi/mobile data connection, effectively eliminating the cost of carrier SMS plans. While highly appreciated and useful, iMessage was something jailbroken users remained envious of, particularly those on unofficial carriers, since iMessage requires activation with iTunes before it can be used. Hacktivating your iOS 5 device bypasses that, and while you can use your iPhone 4 or 3GS, features like iMessage, FaceTime and push notifications remain unavailable unless you’re willing to pay for solutions like PushFix and MiTime.This all changed with SAM (Subscriber Artificial Module), which allows you to activate your iPhone using legitimate certificates generated through iTunes. Advantage? You get fully working push notifications, FaceTime and iMessage (iOS 5 only) without needing to spend a single buck. Read on after the jump to find out how.Read More

Ultrasn0w Unlock for iPhone 3GS & iPhone 4 Updated for iOS 5

For all iPhone unlockers on iOS 5, we bring good news! iPhone Dev-Team has just released a critical update to their infamous ultrasn0w iPhone unlock daemon, bringing compatibility for iOS 5 devices – a mere two days after the official release of the OS. Hit the jump to read more about ultrasn0w 1.2.4 and its supported basebands.Read More

Roundup: Let’s Talk About 10 New Features In iOS 5

Apple’s much awaited ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event is over and while it may have left several disappointed due to the iPhone 4S being announced rather than the much eagerly anticipated iPhone 5, the launch of the final version of iOS 5 is still confirmed, which will start rolling out to end users from October 12th. The GM (Gold Master) version of iOS 5 – which is a pre-final version for developers that can be considered as a release candidate and as close to final as possible – was also released today and brought to us all the features that are to be a part of the final version. In what follows, we will take a look at all these new features of iOS 5 and what they mean for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users.Read More

New OTA Updates And Activation Feature In iOS 5, No PC Required

One of the key features announced back in WWDC 2011 for iOS 5 was the ability to update your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch over-the-air (OTA) without the need of a PC. Earlier today in the Let’s Talk iPhone event, Apple’s Senior Vice President of iOS Software Scott Forstall again talked about this new feature that will remove the dependence of users on a PC to be able to update or activate their iOS devices.Read More

New iOS 5 Game Center Gets Social, Adds Profile Photo And Achievements

One of the major features of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch that has contributed significantly to the massive success of these devices has been gaming and with iOS 5, this important part of the OS hasn’t been neglected. This latest update to Apple’s smartphone and tablet operating system brings with it new features to the Game Center, making it more personalized as well as social.Read More

iOS 5 Newsstand Brings All Your Newspaper & Magazine Subscriptions Together

Newsstand is one of the new features introduced by Apple in iOS 5 that aims to bring your newspaper and magazine subscriptions together under one app. Announced at the WWDC 2011 and discussed again in today’s Let’s Talk iPhone event, Newsstand is designed to be the central hub for the digital versions of all your periodicals on all your iOS 5 devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.Read More

Install MiTime To Use FaceTime On Your Carrier Unlocked iPhone 4

Although we are not bent on introducing paid software or apps but at times they are the only solution to certain problems. Many of us have jailbroken and unlocked our iPhone 4 but we do miss FaceTime, which unfortunately doesn't happen to run on carrier unlocked devices. But now you can do FaceTime on your unlocked iPhone 4 by simply installing MiTime, which costs $5.99 on Cydia Store.Read More

Fix Different Sim Detected In Emergency Mode On Jailbroken iPhone

There have been several jailbreaking solutions for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad so far but among them all, JailbreakMe.com is perhaps the easiest and the most hassle-free way to jailbreak authored by the dev team to date. However there are certain glitches with this jailbreak method as of now. We have been tipped by some iPhone 4 and iPhone 3G/3GS users who got stuck at a “Different Sim Detected, Please connect to iTunes” screen after jailbreaking their handsets on iOS 4.0/4.0.1 with JailbreakMe. Luckily, there is now a solution to this problem, and we've got it right here for you. Details and the complete instructions after the jump.Read More

Unlock iPhone 4 iOS 4.0/4.0.1 Baseband 01.59.00 With Ultrasn0w 1.0-1

We have some great news for iPhone 4 owners who have been looking for a way to unlock their phones after jailbreaking their handsets with JailbreakMe. Thanks to Ultrasn0w 1.0-1, an unlocking method is now available for these devices and as ever, we are here with complete instructions to help you unlock your phone. For the complete instructions, read on after the jump.Read More

How To: Jailbreak iOS 4.0.1 On iPhone 4 With JailbreakMe

So you want to jailbreak your iPhone 4 on iOS 4.0.1 or iOS 4, and are looking for a simple, straightforward, no-frills method? JailbreakMe is just the right combination to meeet all those demands. Over a very short span of time, it seems as if the tool has taken the position as the new de-facto jailbreaking tool for iPhone 4 on iOS 4.0.1 and iOS 4. In what follows, we will take a look at how to jailbreak your iPhone 4 with iOS 4 or 4.0.1, using  JailbreakMe.

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How To: Jailbreak iOS 4.0 On iPhone 4 With Jailbreakme

Got yourself an iPhone 4 and been waiting for a way to jailbreak it on iOS 4.0? We've got some great news for you! Your wait is now over and Comex has finally released the super-easy, one-click jailbreak method, the famous JailbreakMe for iOS 4.0 on iPhone 4. Excited? Can't wait any longer? Continue reading after the jump for more information and the complete guide.Read More

Activate iPhone 4 Without Original SIM Card To Sync With iTunes [Video Guide]

We've got some great news for all iPhone 4 users who have been looking to activate their phones without a legit SIM card. An iPhone 4 user, Sherif Morano has discovered  a pretty amazing yet unconventional way of activating your iPhone 4 to sync with iTunes. This simple hack will allow you to activate your phone to be able to make use of Apple's services include the ability to sync with iTunes and access all your purchased apps, music and other content. Read on for details and the complete guide.Read More

Nokia And RIM Fire Back On Apple Regarding Antenna Reception Issue

Yesterday Apple tried to clear up their position on iPhone 4 antenna issue by claiming it to be something natural to every mobile handset. In the process of explaining all this, Apple went as far as showing RIM, Nokia and HTC handsets to the people which “seemingly” lost signals once held from certain locations on the phone. RIM and Nokia have issued their statements calling Apple’s attempt explain the antenna reception issue was bamboozled with Apple’s self-made Antenna physics and theories.Read More

Confirmed: iPhone 4 Antenna Reception Issue Is Hardware Related

The story of antenna and reception issue has taken yet another turn. Testing engineers at Consumer Reports have revealed that the antenna and reception issue with iPhone 4 commonly referred to as “Death Grip” aren’t software related. This finding clearly denies Apple's Claim of this issue being software related caused by an optical illusion due to faulty firmware. Read More