iOS4

PwnageTool 4.01 jailbreaks iOS4 iPhone 3GS, 3G & iPod touch 2G, ready for unlocking

PwnageTool 4.01 jailbreaks iOS4 iPhone 3GS, 3G & iPod touch 2G, ready for unlocking

Having pushed out an iOS4 redsn0w updated yesterday for the iPhone 3G, the iPhone Dev Team are back today with a new version of their PwnageTool 4.01 for the iPhone 3GS, 3G and second-gen iPod touch.  The new software works with the new iOS4 releases Apple pushed out earlier in the week, together with an updated version of the ultrasn0w baseband unlocking tool that severs the carrier lock.

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The Daily Slash: June 22nd 2010

The Daily Slash: June 22nd 2010

Did it feel like Wednesday to anyone else? We had to check our calendar's a few times today, just to make sure it really was Tuesday. You'll have to forgive us -- we don't get out much, as you can probably imagine. In any event, welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash, Tuesday-style. Tonight, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got some more Cease and Desist letters being handed out, Apple's sold a ton of iPads, and the iPhone 4's showing up at Walmart. As for the Dredge 'Net, the iPhone 4's getting torn down (legally), there's rumors about iOS showing up on other things, and we've got a German robot.

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iPhone 4 Reviewed by Walt Mossberg of All Things D

iPhone 4 Reviewed by Walt Mossberg of All Things D

Did you manage to get your iPhone 4 early? If not, then you've probably seen the plethora of reviews that keep getting released online. While we've scoured the 'net, we landed on the legendary Walt Mossberg's review of the next iteration of iPhone from Apple. For someone who's had the device for a week, he has a pretty clear-cut review of what Apple has created. True to form, the design, hardware, and software are all top-notch, but obviously not everything can be shiny in the iPhone realm. Find out after the break what it is that Mossberg feels brings down the iPhone 4 from greatness.

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AT&T Delays Walk-In Purchases for iPhone 4 Until June 29th

AT&T Delays Walk-In Purchases for iPhone 4 Until June 29th

Were you someone who couldn't get your pre-order in for the new iPhone 4? Whether it was because the servers were overloaded, or they cut the pre-order off completely, it looks like that might have been your only shot of actually get the device on June 24th. At least, if you don't want to shop at a third-party retailer. Today, AT&T announced that they're going to push back walk-in purchases of the iPhone 4 to June 29th.

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iPhone 4 Showing Up to Some Customers Early, Way Early

iPhone 4 Showing Up to Some Customers Early, Way Early

So, the official launch date of the iPhone 4 is still June 24th. At least, that's what we were told when the latest iteration of the iPhone family was announced. And, despite the fact there were some grumblings that something might have changed, we still weren't expecting iPhone 4s to show up any sooner than June 23rd. Well, paint us surprised, because sure enough, some people are getting very lucky.

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Apple location tracking raises privacy ire; iAd opt-out unearthed

Apple location tracking raises privacy ire; iAd opt-out unearthed

An update to Apple's privacy policy has prompted uproar, as the Cupertino company adds in location-tracking systems that will allow the company - and their "partners and licensees" - to "collect, use, and share precise location data, including the real-time geographic location of your Apple computer or device."  While the new Location Services settings page allows for selective control over which apps use geographical data, it's unclear whether Apple are still collating it for their own purposes.  One such purpose is Apple's new iAd program, which has an opt-out policy of its own the details of which are buried in a lengthy privacy policy.

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Apple iOS4 released for iPhone 3GS and 3G

Apple iOS4 released for iPhone 3GS and 3G

We're hearing that Apple iOS4 has been released for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and certain iPod touch models.  Available as a free download via iTunes - though you'll need the latest iTunes 9.2 in order to use it - the update brings multitasking support, the ability to organize apps into homescreen folders, a unified email inbox, the iBooks app and Bluetooth wireless keyboard support, among many other things.

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The Daily Slash: June 17th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 17th 2010

We're at the tail-end of the week, but that's not slowing us down. Welcome to tonight's edition of The Daily Slash. We're glad you could make it, as usual. Tonight, in the Best of R3 Media, we've got the Nexus One launching with Froyo, the Nintendo 3DS won't make it across the pond for awhile, and the iPhone 4's got some RAM under that hood. And then in the Dredge 'Net, Microsoft is promising a new mobile OS -- kind of, there's already someone waiting for the iPhone 4, and there's even more doubt about the HP Slate.

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AT&T Cancelling iPhone 4 Pre-Orders; Ship Date Pushed to July 14th [Updated with AT&T statement]

AT&T Cancelling iPhone 4 Pre-Orders; Ship Date Pushed to July 14th [Updated with AT&T statement]

In light of receiving over 600,000 iPhone 4 pre-orders, it looks like AT&T just can't catch a break. Then again, they may not be doing much to improve their situation, either. In fact, some might consider, that after seeing the below screen shot, that they're actually working against themselves. According to one pre-ordering customer, it looks like AT&T sent them a generated email telling them that they were not, actually, getting an iPhone 4.

Updated with AT&T statement after the cut

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