One of the awesome features introduced by Apple in iOS 4.2.1 is AirPlay, with which you can stream video, audio and photos from a iOS devices to the new Apple TV. But, unfortunately, this feature has some limitations – like, can’t stream video from third party apps and even Safari is limited to audio-only. Though, the Jailbreak community were able to make it possible to stream third party apps to the Apple TV, a lot of users would prefer Apple to offer full fledged support to stream third party apps right from the portable iOS device.
But at the same it was disappointing to find out More >
Are you one of the many people who would be interested in watching free TV shows on your iPad? It has become possible with the new internet service called FilmOn, which allows you to watch HD quality television shows from channels like ABC, BBC, CBS, CNN, Fox, ITV, NBC, Sky News, and many more right from the comfort of your iPad. The quality is surprisingly very good for a free service with little to no lag during play.
One of the best things about FilmOn is that it doesn’t require Apple’s approval for any native app. Instead you can browse all the channels provided by the service by More >
Here is a description of the app:
Allows you to set a home page in Mobile Safari by simply tapping the “+” button while visiting the website of your choice, then tapping the “Set as Home”.
There are no homescreen icons or settings for this add-on
You can follow these More >
An extension to the iPhone Safari App, Safari Download Manager has been updated with iOS 4, iPhone 4, and iPad support. Safari Download manager 1.5.0 brings a full download manager to Safari on your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch. The Safari Download Manager is an extension that adds a powerful, highly-configurable download manager to the iPhone’s web browser. You can take control over downloaded file types, and harness the true power of the network connection on your device.
- Choose to download more than one file at a time!
- Choose to break out of the limited downloading you used to do!
- Choose to More >
As everybody knows by now, JailbreakMe uses the PDF exploit to jailbreak iOS 4.0.1. This exploit allows users to visit a Web site (JailbreakMe.com) which hosts an exploit code written by comex to bypass the digital code signatures used by Apple in all devices. The method without any USB connection or anything was and still is by many being used to jailbreak iPhones, iPod Touchs, and iPads, including the iPhone 4. The security firm Websense analyzes the entire mechanism of jailbreaking, which can be used by hackers to attack any iPhone in the world.
First, the process uses the PDF Compact More >
We are pretty sure everyone agrees that JailbreakMe 2.0 released by Comex yesterday is the easiest method to jailbreak the iPhone to date. Comex managed to develop a web-based method by using a security hole in iOS 4, iOS 4.0.1 or iPhone and iPod Touch and iPhone OS 3.2, iOS 3.2.1 for iPad. Below is a brief description of how Comex managed to jailbreak he iOS firmware using a web-based method:
The jailbreak stuff saved as FlateDecode stream within that PDF file, and vulnerability occurs when Mobile Safari loaded the PDF file, letting iOS to parse the FlateDecode filter, and use the font file More >
Earlier we reported the JailbreakMe’s jailbreak system was released to the masses that allowed iOS4 userland jailbeak via web browser. We got a few reports from users that using the JailbreakMe hack – breaks the FaceTime and MMS features on many user’s devices. Since then, the Dev-Team has worked closely with the creator of Cydia, Jay Freeman aka Saurik, to issue a fix. All issues have been worked out and a new version – JailbreakMe 2.0 has been made available.
New JailbreakMe users should simply proceed normally and a new version of the jailbreak will be installed that will not remove More >
Okay, so you finally heard about the release of JailbreakMe, Comex’s release of the new userland jailbreak that will allow you to jailbreak several iDevice’s old and more importantly new (mainly the iPhone 4 but also the new OS 3.2.1 on the iPad). You want to jailbreak your device but don’t know what to do OR don’t know if your device is supported – don’t worry, we have you covered!JailbreakMe supports the following devices:
- iPod Touch 1G on 3.1.2
- iPod Touch 1G on 3.1.3
- iPod Touch 2G on 3.1.2
- iPod Touch 2G on 3.1.3
- iPod Touch 2G on 4.0
- iPod Touch 3G on 3.1.2
- iPod Touch 3G on 3.1.3
- iPod More >
Just this past week, the Library of Congress made it legal, @comex and @MuscleNerd showed that the jailbreak was successful, and just earlier today comex told us it was ready to be released in an interview. Now, Comex and company have finally delivered the much anticipated jailbreak to the fourth iteration of the iPhone. According to their new page which is, JailbreakMe, the hack works right on your iDevice (that includes iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, iPad, iPod Touch) by utilizing the handset’s Safari browser to reportedly break into most iOS devices. The servers as of right now are currently getting More >