Not very long ago, some screenshots were leaked showing pics of what Apple could be introducing soon in the near future for the next generation of iPhone firmware, today we’ve got more news for you.
It seems a further screenshot has now been leaked showing a 3G function for the iPhone!
As you can see, if this is for real, the future iPhone will be equipped with 3G, giving you the choice of turning on / off according to your needs and of course remaining battery. Yes data roaming is also there, obviously switching it off is a great idea cause its expensive! But I think what I don’t get is, couldn’t Apple do something about the battery that would make the 3G iPhone less battery consuming?
Check out this, just recently featured what looks to be just like any ordinary stylus pen is in fact equipped with built-in speaker and microphone, a very clever idea indeed!
Here are some of its features:
- Technology standard: Bluetooth V2.0 and EDR
- Support for iPhone (Bluetooth Handfree)
- Chipset: BlueCore 4-audio
- Supported Profiles: Headset and Handsfree profile
- Additional function: Stylus
- Transmitter power: Class 2
- Wireless frequency: 2.4 to 2.480GHz
- Sensitive: <-75dBm
- Transmitter distance: 10m
- Supports last number, answer, reject, end and call functions
- Charger Output: 5V DC
- Working voltage: 3.7V
- Battery: rechargeable Li-polymer
- Charging time: 2 to 5 hours
- Talking time: 3 hours
- Standby time: 90 hours
- Headset size: 112×14×11 mm
- Headset weight: 11g
Someone created a robotic system that when controlled by your iPhone’s Safari web browser waters your plants!
Take a look at the video…
It won’t be long before, we can use our iPhone to do things like switch on/off lights and maybe even flush the toilet or switch on the dishwasher?
There’s always some talk over the web about different gadgets from various brands combining their products together in order to create an all-in-one ultimate gizmo, but at the end of the day, it’s very unlikely to happen!
What we have here today is what I must say looks very impressive, attractive and would certainly be very eye-catching if anyone held one of these while setting in a train or something. But in realistic terms, will it be possible? You wish!
Vodafone has just made an announcement today that they have signed an agreement with Apple which will allow them to join the lot of other mobile network giants that are already selling the currently most sought after phone: iPhone.
Though, not much detail is known at the moment regarding this, we do know that countries will include, Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey. This is expected to begin later this year, we’ll keep everyone updated!
After our earlier post showing a possible picture of the next generation Apple iPhone, more pics have now been leaked, just two to be precise. Again I feel sceptical about the authenticity of these pics simply because of the picture quality and size. I mean why not give us a closer look eh?
The back has the black glossy finish and not metal like the present iPhone, which is consistent with our earlier post, but the fact that this guy’s new ‘iPhone 2.0′ is fairly scratched makes me highly suspicious that he’s holding a fake phone…
This is a quick post to say that iPhone Dev Team have released 1.1 version of their Pwnage Tool. For those who aren’t too familiar with what it actually is, in a quick summary, the iPhone Pwnage tool can be used to flash your iPhone with custom iPhone firmware so that you can jailbreak it to install and run any of your favorite native iPhone application as well to activate and unlock your iPhone to use it in any compatible GSM networks.
So what’s new about this version 1.1? The latest version of the PwnageTool now features the ability to create custom firmware which was one of features missing when the Pwnage Tool was first released. And this time, Windows users won’t feel so left out because they will also get a Windows based version of the Pwnage Tool, aka winpwn… this was created by an iPhone hacker known as “cnw”. However, it’s said that the iPhone firmware 2.0+ support in this beta version of winpwn has been disabled and more work still needs to be done, “since it’s still buggy”.
The latest version of the PwnageTool includes support for pre-release iPhone firmware 2.0 beta (5A240d) and also includes the EDGE settings fix for iPhone 1.1.4 firmware.
The new feature of PwnageTool 1.1 are mentioned below:
- Added custom package support
- Added custom logo support
- Added auto delete of BootNeuter.app
Here’s the link to downloading the latest Pwnage Tool for Mac users…
And here’s the link you Windows users have all been waiting for!