Its been awhile since we last spoke of anything iPhone jailbreak related from the iPhone Dev Team but this latest news is worth mentioning. The iPhone Dev Team member Musclenerd has provided a screenshot teaser of what the next upcoming Pwnage Tool will do for the iDevice community.
The folks at Spatial View recently announced the launch of their online store for offering downloadable 3D videos and 3D images called 3DeeCentral. Soon iPhone and iPod Touch users (and most likely iPad) will be able to download and directly watch 3D content via their 3DeeCentral application which is currently pending the App Store’s approval. The video below demonstrates how this will work.
Apple recently announced the new and long awaited for new iPhone 4 but also at the same time a new 8GB more affordable version of iPhone 3GS (which to be fair is still an excellent phone!). If you’re a newcomer to the iPhone and is considering the latest iPhone 4 as your first when it becomes available on
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Skype has just released a long awaited software update to their Apple iPhone app. The new version, 2.0.0, now supports 3G calling. Full improvements include:
- Call using your 3G connection. Skype-to-Skype calls on 3G are free until at least end of August 2010, after which there will be a small monthly fee (operator charges for data will still apply).
- Near CD-quality sound for Skype-to-Skype calls using wideband audio (SILK codec) on iPhone 3GS and 2nd generation iPhone touch.
- Enhanced call quality indicator.
- Improved start-up time.
- Fast access to the dial pad from iPhone home screen.
This is good tip for anyone how likes to video broadcast, its been around for a while, but the video below takes you through two of the most popular and probably the best live video streaming apps available to the iPhone and Android OS platform. Both the iPhone 3GS and the Nexus One are high spec fast phones, which is what you will need if you want to stream yourself live without any hiccups (in addition to a good network, of course). So check out the video if you’re interested, the apps in question are Qik and UStream Broadcaster…