Posts under ‘iPhone’

greenpois0n RC 6.1 untetheredly jailbreaks iOS 4.2.1 [Mirrors Added]

This will be a short post regarding the new Greenpois0n RC 6.1 Release for jailbreaking your iDevice running on 4.2.1. For the longest time, we had to use the alpha Redsn0w release that not only required a 4.2b SHSH but the actual 4.2b IPSW which is only available to iOS developers. The Greenpois0n RC 6.1 […]

Downgrade iOS 4.2.1 on iPhone and iPod Touch

Apple recently released iOS 4.2.1 which added quite a few awesome features including AirPlay, AirPrint, Safari “find on page”, and free “Find your iPhone” feature for iPhone 4. (sorry 3GS and 3G users… Apple purposely wrote you guys out of the deal.) My personal favorite would have to be the Safari search feature. I have […]

Maximizing iPhone’s Battery Life

So many people asked for it, and now it’s here. I’m going to give you some very useful tips on how to get the most out of your iPhone’s battery The Facts Lithium-ion batteries start to lose capacity as soon as they are manufactured. The battery further closes capacity with every FULL cycle recharge. Extremely […]

iPhone vs. Android devices

Recently we’ve had an interesting debate among some friends about which is the better platform. The debate of course came at the expense of my buddy Mitchell McKenna‘s Facebook wall… but nonetheless some interesting points were brought up. Mitch, I’m sorry we hijacked your thread. However, after David’s comment I just had to voice it […]

Random Thoughts on : this blog, new iPods, iTunes, Apple TV, DD-WRT Routers

Just look at the title… can we be more random than that? I’ll add bold headings so you can skip to the stuff that interest you, if at all. =) Jump to: | iPods | iTunes | Apple TV | DD-WRT Routers | This Blog I’m really quite happy how this little blog has turned […]

iPhone 4 Review + Thoughts on Antenna, Battery life and Cases

Just got my iPhone last week and I thought I’d share my thoughts and experience with it. Antennagate The story of “antennagate” has died down ever since Apple’s press conference where CEO Steve Jobs acknowledged the iPhone 4’s alleged weak spots in its antenna system. The myth of “antennagate” states that when you touch the […]

iPhone 4: Demand > Supply or Marketing > Customers?

Here is my story of the day… I woke up at 4:30 am and arrived at the Fairview Apple Store at 5:20 am hoping to get a good position in line for the iPhone 4. People gradually started showing up after 6:30 am and lined up neatly in front of the storefront. With great anticipation, […]