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Yet another Jailbreak for New iOS Firmware 4.1 for all Devices with Limera1n (How to)

Bought a new apple device or just updated your device, that you wanted to jailbreak, but couldn’t because it had new firmware on it that couldn’t be jailbroken? Well now your wait is over. Geohot just released a new jailbreaking tool called Limera1n, which jailbreaks any iOS device, including the iPad (3.2.2 firmware). The current firmware by apple for iPhones and iPod touches is 4.1 and now could be jailbroken, also any previous versions, such as 4.0, can be jailbroken.
First download LimRa1n and Here is the video demonstration on how to jailbreak.

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Flash on your iPhone? YES!

Every iOS user knows that the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad does not support flash content on the internet. We’ve all wanted it, but Apple refuses to add flash support to the iOS devices. Third party applications for jailbroken iPhones can support it now with a plug-in called Frash, but what if you do not want to jailbreak your iPhone? Or simply can’t jailbreak it as of now? Well here is the solution for flash on your iPhone. You don’t need to jailbreak your iPhone or do anything special. All you need to do is download, Cloud Browse, from the App Store.  Cloud Browse is a Firefox style browser, which means the browser is just like the one you would have on your Mac or PC.

In MobileSafari flash content does not open up, but in Cloud Browse, it opens up and plays the full flash content. It is not as clear as a desktop browser, but it gets the job done when you need to view flash on the go. There are pros and cons. Pros are that Cloud Browse loads flash content that all iPhone users want. It loads web pages faster than MobileSafari. Some cons are, It is not as smooth as MobileSafari, like scrolling pages. Also the content is not as clear on the screen.

Here is the review and comparison of Cloud Browse to MobileSafari

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Apple releases iOS 4.0.2 for iPhone, 3.2.2 for iPad, breaks jailbreak and fixes Safari’s PDF vulnerability

I wanted to say that didn’t take long, but in fact it actually took longer than I expected. The easy one click jailbreak that was available at Jailbreakme.com is no longer going to work. Apple fixed a bug related to the way Safari handled PDF’s closing the exploit allowing 3rd party programs root access to the device. Also if you have already jailbroke your phone, you might want to hold off on updating if you want to keep your jailbreak. It looks as though this patch only fixed that hole thus is not really worth updating. iPad users, ditto. Same thing for you. It will be worth the wait for most. 4.1 should be coming anytime now which will be a slightly more worthy upgrade.

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Android already outselling the iPhone by 41% worldwide according to Apple and Google

I want to preface this by saying that these numbers are all based off numbers Google and Apple have given. Okay now let’s get started. Today Apple had its financial results. What they’ve told us is that they have sold 8.4 million iPhones in the last 3 months. Yes this number is huge, but how big is it? Does Android even compare to Apple in terms of sales? According to Apple and Google, the answer is yes. Read more of this post

The iPhone 4 antenna problem isn’t just caused by the ‘death grip’, it only takes one finger

This is the single biggest problem I had with Apple’s attacks on other companies during their press event. Apple said every other manufacturer is suffering the same problem as the iPhone 4. They say the issue is an antenna problem that affects all smartphones. This is completely WRONG! Here is why… Read more of this post

Apple holding iPhone 4 conference this Friday, recall, fix, or convince us there are no problems?

Yup, the iPhone 4 drama has been going on too long. It looks like Apple intends to put an end to it once and for all. That could mean a recall, a software update, in-house hardware fix, or it could just mean Apple is going to woo us with their words and make us all forget. Whatever the case may be, Engadget has been invited and will be reporting on it live. We will keep on it and find out what happens as it is happening and let you guys know. Exciting!

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Bloomberg says the is iPhone coming to Verizon in January

Another day another Verizon rumor, but this one seems pretty credible. Bloomberg says that it has confirmed with 2 sources who are working on the project, that the iPhone will be coming to Verizon in January 2011. Bloomberg goes on to say that the iPhone exclusivity will end at the same time that the iPhone goes on sale on Verizon. So is this something AT&T has to be worried about? Moreover Read more of this post

Apple: Three Days = 1.7 million iPhone 4s Sold

It appears our editor Anthony N. wasn’t the only one waiting in line at to the get the new iPhone 4. Over a three day period, from Thursday through Saturday, Apple sold 1.7 million  iPhones. By comparison, the 3Gs sold 1 million handsets over the weekend when it came out last year, which the iPhone 4 literally blew it out of the water. The iPhone 4 was sold in 5 countries this year which is fewer than the iPhone 3GS launch last year. The 1.7 million is not US sales. The iPhone 4 was sold in 4 other countries and on more than 4 other carriers. The U.S. is the only country where the iPhone is locked down to only one carrier. In the United Kingdom alone, the iPhone 4 is on sale on Orange, Vodafone, and O2. AT&T has not yet released any specific numbers for their sales yet.

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More iPhone 4 issues piling on, broken proximity sensors and cracked glass

Like we have said many times before, with great power comes great responsibility. Well Spiderman said that, but we acknowledged that Apple is now a great power and they are going to have to take some responsibility for hardware/manufacturing defects. So here is the run down of todays issues. Some Gizmodo readers are reporting that after dropping their iPhones from relatively short heights, the back panel of the phone is cracking. As you can see in this photo…

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