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Jailbreak/ unlock iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 on iOS 4.0.1 with Pwnage tool may brick iPhone

http://www.khabrein.info

Jailbreak/ unlock iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 on iOS 4.0.1 with Pwnage tool may brick iPhone. There is an unofficial jailbreak tool Pwnage that you can use to install on your iPhone 3GS and jailbreak it successfully. There is an unofficial jailbreak tool Pwnage that you can use to install on your iPhone 3GS and jailbreak it successfully. But it is still unclear if this is working perfectly well or not or whether there are some issues with it. In my view one should not take risks of this sort and wait for some time till people come up with their experience. The best thing with this Pwnage tool is that it enables your iPhone 3GS to run on iOS 4.0.1. But a reader who tried the method (it is a rather lengthy method) said he couldn’t do it. He goes on to say that I followed all directions, but, step 9 and 10 don’t come up at all. And if I go to ‘restore’ instead of restoring from the file prepared by pwnage, the iphone connects to Apple and restores to the latest system. If I disconnect i get the message that i should try later. Never do i get the option to select the ‘custom restore’ file.”

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Flashlight App Sneaks iPhone Tethering Into App Store

http://www.ubergizmo.com

Apple probably isn't going to be too happy about this, but it turns out that Handy Light, a new flashlight app that was approved for the App Store, has an unofficial SOCKS proxy tethering feature built in, which allows this simple flashlight app to offer tethering on your iPhone. The app's description doesn't mention anything about such a feature, but a video has been posted online to show how it works. Handy Light was priced at $0.99 on the App Store before the plug was pulled (for obvious reasons). While Apple allows developers to include hidden features (dubbed Easter eggs), they must be declared when apps are submitted for approval, so it can be safely assumed that this feature wasn't mentioned. Handy Light actually managed to reach the #2 position in the top paid apps listings before it was pulled. Check out a video of it in action after the jump.

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Tethering App Sneaks into iPhone App Store ( tethering iphone)

http://mashable.com

Get it while it’s hot , because this sneaky tethering iPhone app is certain to be yanked out of the App Store very, very soon. Update: And now it’s gone from the app store. A new app, Handy Light [iTunes link], seems harmless enough: it turns your iPhone into a flashlight with 5 different color settings. On the surface, it’s just a simple $0.99 app.
Under the hood though, the app is actually a SOCKS Proxy tethering app, capable of turning your iPhone into an Internet tethering device. It takes a few minutes to set up, but after you’ve followed the instructions in the YouTube video above, you will be tethering like a pro. Of course, Apple and AT&T might not be too thrilled with you. We’re pretty sure that this app is going to be out of the app store momentarily.

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iPhone Tethering App Appears, Disappears at App Store ( 3G, 3Gs and iPhone 4G )

http://www.macobserver.com

Handy Light from Nick Lee made an appearance on Apple’s App Store, albeit briefly, on Tuesday. The app was a simple flashlight for the iPhone that also happend to enable tethering over Wi-Fi without requiring an add-on plan from your cell service provider. Handy Light sales took off quickly once iPhone users realized it contained a tethering easter egg, but Apple pulled it from the App Store after only a few hours of availability. Tethering is the process of sharing your iPhone’s wireless data connection with other devices such as laptops or desktop computers. Unlike the iPhone’s official tethering feature, however, Handy Light shared the 3G connection via Wi-Fi instead of USB. The app also worked around the fees that cell service providers charge for tethering. AT&T, for example, charges iPhone users an additional US$20 for tethering on top of the $25 2GB per month data plan. Sales of Handy Light at $0.99 were brisk up until Apple yanked it from the App Store. With the app gone, Mr. Lee has a little notoriety, and buyers have a tethering app for their iPhone that also happens to work as a flashlight.

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Flashlight App Secretly Lets You Enable IPhone Tethering (3G, 3Gs and iPhone 4G)

http://www.pcworld.com

Handy Light, a newly-available flashlight app for the iPhone, isn't actually a flashlight app at all--it's a sneakily disguised tethering utility that lets you share your phone's Internet connection with your laptop. In other words, it's an app that's surely not long for this world. It's not surprising that Handy Light managed to trick its way past Apple's App Store reviewers. To enable tethering, you need to configure an ad-hoc wireless network on your Mac, connect the iPhone to it, tweak some network and proxy settings, launch the app, and then literally tap a coded sequence of flashlight colors. No one could possibly discover the hack by exploring; you need to read detailed step-by-step instructions to get it to work. Of course, now that the instructions are live, the app surely soon won't be. Like the $10 NetShare app--which was axed by Apple nearly two years ago, the $1 Handy Light shares your Internet connection without AT&T getting a cent (unless, with all that tethering, you go over your new data cap).

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Apple to release Verizon iPhone after T-Mobile iPhone

http://www.sindhtoday.net

The rumors of Verizon iPhone, T-Mobile iPhone and Sprint iPhone are not going away any time soon as new report claimed that iPhone on T-Mobile Network is coming in September. the report claimed that it is now 80% confirmed that Apple and T-Mobile will seal the deal of releasing T-Mobile iPhone this year. Unofficial sources has also confirmed that Verizon iPhone will be released for the shopping season of 2010. Release of iPhone for T-Mobile makes sense to many experts as iPhone 4 is already almost compatible to T-Mobile network. California based Mac Maker will only have to do very minor configuration changes to iPhone for its launch on the fourth largest wireless carrier of the United States. iPhone 4 is based on GSM network which is compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T network. On the other hand, Verizon and Sprint use CDMA technology which is completely different from one used by iPhone. Wall Street Journal reported before iPhone 4 launch that Apple is working on Verizon iPhone. Other media outlets including Bloomberg and TheStreet.com has also reported about the release of iPhone for Verizon.

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