When Apple unveiled its WWDC 11 agenda, it had no mention of iPhone 5 or any hardware announcement for that matter. This disappointed the entire iPhone universe as it meant that they won’t be getting the iPhone 4 successor in the summer as they have become accustomed to. I have been trying to figure out the reasons why Apple would delay the launch of their next generation of iPhone and I think I have figured out one reason which I discuss in the next paragraph.
Here we go again folks. It seems there is no stopping iPhone 5 rumors from stopping by not that we complain. The latest round of rumor comes from Jim Dalrymple. According to Dalrymple’s unnamed sources, the rumors of an iPhone 5 launch in June are completely off the target.
The phone that changed everything will today compete with a device which is not a dream phone, but it’s the one after that. Yes, this is the battle of two Verizon giants iPhone 4 and HTC ThunderBolt.
Electronista folks have come across an article on EtNews which has the stuff iPhone fanatics have been waiting to hear. The rumor which should be taken with a huge grain of salt sees Apple launching iPhone 5 in June but not at the WWDC event which is scheduled for 7th June.
When Apple rolled out iOS 4.3.1, the whole iDevice nation had high hopes from the first iOS 4.3 update and expected it to fix the battery woes. While it seems to have resolved the battery drain issue, it has brought a more serious looking issue for the iPhone 4 users. A one week old thread at Apple Discussions reveals that the owners of the stainless steel phone are experiencing a serious looking overheating issue.
Boy, you just can’t have enough of iPhone 5 chatter these days can you? Sony’s CEO, Sir Howard Stringer while talking to one of my favorites Walt Mossberg suggested that the next gen iPhone will be equipped with an 8 MP camera. How was this conclusion reached? Get your answer after the jump.
When MuscleNerd confirmed i0n1c’s untethered iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak exploit as solid, some of you thought that Sunday would be the Funday or should I say the release day for PwnageTool/Redsn0w. Well, we have confirmed news from the iPhone Dev Team member that redsn0w/PwnageTool for iOS 4.3.1 will go live today.
MuscleNerd, the iPhone Dev Team member recently gave the good news of i0n1c’s untethered iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak exploit being soild, after testing it rigorously with his team members. The jailbreak icon has posted another tweet which brings good news for the PwnageTool lovers.
Well Well Well, what have we here. MuscleNerd, the most vocal member of the iPhone Dev Team has posted a tweet which suggests that the jailbreak team is readying redsn0w for a public release.
Yesterday, Amazon launched its Cloud Player , a music streaming service that was accessible using desktop browsers and the Android app. Unfortunately, the Cloud based music service doesn’t support iOS devices which is disappointing. Christina Warren has found out a workaround that will allow you to use Cloud Player on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.