Prior to iOS 6, it was quite a pain to attach photo or video to an email. One had to launch the Photos app, select the photos or videos and then tap on the share button to send them via email.
Everyone loves a bit of privacy every now and then, and let’s face it, I am pretty sure that everyone has given their cell phone number out to someone that they later regretted giving it to for one reason or another. You would expect, that in this advanced day and age when smartphones play such an increasingly important and prominent role in our everyday lives, we would have a native filtering option on the device, or at very least our networks would be able to provide such a service.
This tutorial is very easy to follow and convinient, it works with any video links or files.
A new hack by a Chinese manufacturer will allow you to make your iPhone 4/4S’s Apple logo glow. Much like the MacBook’s, the logo will glow once you turn the device on. K.O. Gadget, the maker of this mod, says it can be done at home in less than five minutes. For $42, K.O. Gadget will send you the kit to perform this hack, and obviously it would void your iPhone’s warranty.
Turns out there an iTunes Dock setting for the Mac, hidden deep inside the new Lion OS. Once activated, the Dock will produce a pop-up notification of which iTunes track is currently playing. Although you can program Growl, a useful little utility, to show similar notifications, you may prefer having the native one found in Lion.
BatterySense is an app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch that suggests ways to preserve the battery life of your device.
Philips created this simple and intuitive app to help you get the most out of your device when you’re in between charges. By telling it what you need to do and for how long, BatterySense can recommend what settings to adjust to achieve more battery life while on the go.
The Next Web is reporting that an internal email has been going around that both Sprint and Apple are working on a fix to the slow data speeds that are plaguing Sprint iPhone 4S owners. Sprint customers with an iPhone 4S have been experiencing slow data speeds since the iPhone 4S landed on the Sprint network October 14th. Ironically, many customers switched to AT&T for the fast unlimited data plan.
As you’re probably aware by now, one of iOS 5′s most prominent new features is system-wide integration with Twitter. What’s missing is the ability to send tweets straight from your home screen without opening the Twitter App, until now. TwitkaFly is a new Jailbreaktweak that lets you send tweets straight from the SpringBoard.
This tweak was created by MoeSeth, who has authored several official App Store apps and unofficial tweaks, such as 140plus, which lets users send tweets that are over 140 characters long. The app’s official website makes it extremely clear:
These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPad 2 and iPad 1 on iOS 4.3.3 using JailbreakMe.
If you are already on iOS 4.3.3 you can skip the first five steps of this tutorial.
These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone 4 or 3GS on the 4.3.1 firmware using RedSn0w for Mac.
For window tutorial click HERE.
Make sure not to update to iOS 4.3.1 if you need an unlock as one is not yet available!