As expected, the iPhone Dev Team has revealed a further update on their progress with unlocking the iPhone 3G and preparation from the coming iPhone firmware update version 2.2
Jailbreakers, in case you were wondering whether it you should update your jailbroken iPhone to 2.2 once Apple prompts you to do so in iTunes, here is what the iPhone Dev Team themselves said…
“Now for something a bit more serious, we’ve explained about Apple’s updates in the past and we’ve warned against the immediate installation of these updates without knowing what they do to your device.
This is indeed true of the iPhone 3G’s upcoming 2.2 release. Installing ‘2.2’ on the iPhone 3G could slow down your chances of a software unlock in the near future (should one be found and released), so when you see an update in iTunes await our instructions first!
Please don’t blindly install the update and then complain about it later ;-)”
[via iPhone Dev]
If you’ve got some time with nothing to do on this Friday morning then I would suggest you take a look at this video. You might have seen it already somewhere else, but we’ve found it quite entertaining to watch it repeatedly! Sad I know, well if you haven’t seen it, it’s basically a neat collection of faces and combination (I believe it’s done by a French guy?). Enjoy!
Like the Apple iMac, HP TouchSmart or Sony’s VAIO JS Series, NEC is now launching its own range of all in one PCs, two of them in fact – PowerMate P4000 and P6000. As you will have guessed, the P4000 has a more minimalistic spec compared to the P6000, though their specs don’t actually make them the best in the game of all in one PCs, I suppose this does offer consumers more options over which ones would suit them the best. The 16-inch P4000 has a 1.9GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 processor, NVIDIA GeForce 9100M G integrated graphics chip, 1GBof RAM, and a 250GB hard drive. The 19-inch P6000 has a 2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, NVIDIA GeForce 9300 graphics card, 2GB of RAM, and a 500GB hard drive.
Vertu phones are well known to be used by the rich and the famous and rightly so this phone has the most elegant design I’ve seen for a long time. The gallery below you see below is of the new Vertu called the Signature S Design and I reckon if you own the original Signature then you will definitely like this new one even more!
The handset measures 130 x 42 x 13 mm and supports quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900MHz) and dual-band 3G (850/2100MHz). The Signature S Design will also support Wi-Fi and bluetooth. Most importantly, with white gold, yellow gold or stainless steel to choose from, that OLED display will even look more stunning!
More info on the latest Vertu Signature S Design over at Vertu’s official web here…