Apple announces a replacement program for some European iPhone USB adapters that may overheat and pose a safety risk. The adapters shipped with European models of iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s from October 2009 to September 2012.
The Wall Street Journal reports that AT&T is working on a new service that will allow developers of mobile apps and content providers to pay for users data usage charges to the wireless carrier.
John Donovan – AT&T’s network and technology head provided the details of the service to WSJ at the Mobile Congress 2012 that kicked off today. He compared the service to the toll-free calling for mobile broadband.
Now that Apple has released the 4.1 iOS beta you should all know to back up our shsh’s locally and on sauriks server by using a program called TinyUmbrella. Saving your shsh’s is a back up plan just in case you upgrade to Apple’s latest firmware that isn’t jailbreakable, the shsh’s allow you to sign your own firmware and downgrade to a jailbreakable firmware. Lets not get too complicated just do the following: