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Hackers offer new Jailbreak for iPhone 4, 3G, 3GS, iPad with iOS 4 Firmware

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The hackers are criminals but aren’t they really brilliant? The hackers are now claiming that they have developed different tools by means of which any version which is attached with the latest iOS 4 can be jail broken just within a matter of five minutes. Versions like iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and, many more are included in the list. A tool called the GoldRa1n has actually been developed by the hackers. By means of this tool, they can unlock the device that is being used on any other networks. If you move on to these sites of the hackers, you would find a complete written guide along with the instruction on the video in order to install the tool on the device. This tool also helps to bypass any kind of restriction that has been imposed by Apple. The hackers claim that this tool can be installed easily in any iPhone from Apple. The announcement of the launch of this new hacking tool for iPhone 4, iPad, iPhone 3G, 3GS was made by MuscleNerd who is the most popular hackers of iPhone. At the same time, he is also a member of iPhone Dev Team. He announced that a new device would soon come and this in fact would be a masterpiece produced from@comex.

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Apple reckons light shines between iPhone customers' ears

http://www.theregister.co.uk

Apple has reportedly advised iPhone 4 customers to leave off the q-tips and matches if they want to prevent the device's proximity sensor nixing their phone calls. The shocking auricular hygiene advice was apparently given to the Unofficial Apple Weblog's Aron Trimble. He had gone to his local genius bar, after noting the screen illuminate when placed close to his ear, before cutting off the call. As Trimble reports, "His name will remain redacted but I swear he stifled a laugh when he told me the cause of the problem. Apparently, the re-location of the proximity sensor in iPhone 4 causes the sensor to be more likely to be triggered by light 'bouncing around the ear canal'." Trimble adds: "My appointed Genius explained that I should try closing the windows because extra ambient light bouncing around my ear will cause the sensor to light up the screen. He said that's all there was to it and sent me on my way." The detailed if far-fetched explanation didn't sit well with Trimble, who said that if the problem occurs again he'd return and demand a smarter genius.

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The iPhone 4 is defective by design ... get used to it!

http://www.zdnet.com

The issue might not affect everyone, but those affected by the iPhone 4 “grip of death” problem need to understand that the design flaw isn’t going to be solved by something as simple as a software update. There’s little doubt that the iPhone 4 (or at least some handsets under certain signal conditions) suffers from signal degradation when the handset is held “the wrong way” (specifically, in the left hand where a finger can bridge the gap between the two halves of the antenna which forms part of the chassis). Plenty of testing has been done and for the skeptics out there there is video evidence. The problem undoubtedly exists. Last Friday Apple published a letter to iPhone 4 owners which basically amounts to little more than a bunch of weasel words. It was released the Friday before the July 4th weekend (in the hope that it would be buried quickly), and basically reframes the problem as an one that affects other handsets, and being a carrier issue (in other words shifting the blame to AT&T) rather than an Apple issue. Then there’s a load of waffle about the algorithm controlling the signal strength meter being flawed

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AT&T glitch causing upload issues on iPhone 4

http://content.usatoday.com

If you're an iPhone 4 user having trouble sending pictures or other media, blame a network glitch from AT&T. The company says software issues in Alcatel-Lucent network equipment are hampering upload speeds for the iPhone 4, the Associated Press reports. The problems have been discovered only in some areas of the U.S., and AT&T is working to remedy the situation, says the AP. The upload woes represent the latest problem facing Apple's highly-anticipated smartphone since launching two weeks ago. Users had reported poor reception, blamed on the device's antenna. Apple responded by claiming an incorrect formula for determining signal strength was the reason behind the weaker reception. Also, as Cnet reports, the reception troubles have spawned a series of lawsuits.

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AT&T blames slow iPhone 4 uploads on Alcatel-Lucent

http://news.cnet.com

AT&T is blaming the iPhone 4's sluggish upload speeds in some areas of the country on 3G wireless gear from supplier Alcatel-Lucent. On Wednesday, AT&T issued a statement saying a software glitch in the Alcatel-Lucent equipment is limiting data upload speeds from smartphones and data sticks using the latest version of 3G technology known as HSUPA. HSUPA is an acronym for High Speed Upload Packet Access. It increases upload speeds to between 500 kilobits per second and 1.2 megabits per second. "AT&T and Alcatel-Lucent jointly identified a software defect--triggered under certain conditions--that impacted uplink performance for Laptop Connect and smartphone customers using 3G HSUPA-capable wireless devices in markets with Alcatel-Lucent equipment," said Jenny Bridges, a spokeswoman for the company. Since the iPhone 4 is currently the only smartphone that AT&T offers that is using HSUPA, AT&T said that the problem only affects a small number of its wireless customers, which includes some laptop data stick users, who also use the HSUPA technology. AT&T said the company has come up with a temporary fix that should restore upload data speeds to regular 3G speeds.

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Apple Reportedly Bans Overtly Sexual iPhone Apps

http://www.pcworld.com

Apple reportedly has a new policy for its iPhone app store in which any application with "overtly sexual content" will be removed from the App Store, according to an e-mail obtained by TechCrunch. But just like countless previous times, this latest tweak to Apple's app rejection policy will have app developers scratching their heads trying to figure out what's going on. Wobbly Policy
One app that has been removed from iTunes, called Wobble iBoobs, lets you take a selected image of a bikini model, add "wobble zones" to the photo, and then make those parts of the image move when you shake your iPhone. This app's function was apparently a little too hot for Apple, so the app's developer, Jon Atherton, received a removal notice from Apple, according to TechCrunch.Referring to the Wobble iBoobs application, Apple reportedly wrote, " We have recently received numerous complaints from our customers about this type of content and have changed our guidelines appropriately. We have decided to remove any overtly sexual content from the App Store, which includes your application."

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