MuscleNerd of the iPhone Dev Team recently posted something interesting on his Twitter about the iPhone 4S unlock . According to the brain-member of the dev team, iPhone 4S unlock will be much easier than the iPhone 4 unlock which couldn’t be achieved by the team.
MuscleNerd posted the screenshot and said it is very promising that there will be a unlock very soon.
This will only work on the 4S and not the 4 as it couldn’t be Unlocked by the DevTeam.
The Devteam will report on this soon so stay tuned for that!
Thank you for visiting MriOSDevices and come back for more Apple news!
It seem’s the Apple Store is getting ready for Friday’s sale, MriOSDevices was searching for some specs on the latest MacBook Pro range and stumbled across the popular “We’ll Be Back Soon.” quote, Take a look at the link in the URL bar, take a look for yourself HERE. We can only assume this will be the sale price changed for the friday sale which is due to start tomorrow!
Follow us by all the social sites like, Twitter / Facebook / YouTube & Google+
Thanks to @brdrck you can now have Jailbreak features on ANY iDevice including the iPhone 4S – These tweaks allow you to navigate through your iDevice with one simple click of an app! in effect it is re-creating a native SBSettings that we all love in the Jailbreak scene.
Please take a minute to watch the video.
You can follow MriOSDevices on the following – Twitter - Facebook – YouTube & Google+
Since the iPhone was released in 2007, It has had very strong competition from Android, Windows Phone and other manufactures.
It seems that it has won against these other Operating Systems as the iPhone is top about Samsung, HTC and others.
Palm come in right at the bottom and Huawei are mid table.
Apple have had always a big following and MriOSDevices are one of those fans.
The picture below will tell you the percentage of what each manufacturer has on the market.
MriOSDevices will keep you updated on Apple’s goodness and we hope you have a wonderful day and a Merry Christmas!
Here is the Top 20 Mobile Phones
In iOS, Emoji is a keyboard that allows you to send custom Emoticons to other iPhone users in iMessage or other applications, you can enable this through Settings, go to keyboard in the General section.
If you want to access this on your Mac, press Command, Option and T together and select the Emoticon you like. See the illustration below to help you with Command-Option-T.
MriOSDevices would appreciate it if you went over to http://vizbox.tv/ and checked it out and we hope you have a great day!
With the release of OS X Lion back in the summer, Apple updated their licensing agreement to allow the virtualization of Mac OS X under programs such as VMWare Fusion and Parallels. This functionality allows you to deploy different sandboxed installations of OS X on a single machine. This change, however, appeared to only apply to OS X Lion.
So, when the Lion optimized version of VMWare Fusion was released, it allowed users to run additional virtualized copies of OS X Lion, but continued to prohibit running older versions of Mac OS X
Things have now changed, Macworld have posted that the new VMWare Fusion now supports it.
Well that’s good isn’t it?
MriOSDevices will keep you updated on all things Apple and we hope you have a great day!
With all the recent hidden tweaks found in iOS 5 software, developers have been scouring other apps to find such tweaks, one dev found a pretty cool notification icon in iTunes. It shows you the song currently playing, although a minor tweak.
It goes to show you what we could see in the future from OS X updates…….
Give it a try yourself, we at MriOSDevices love it!
Open Terminal (Found in Macintosh HD > Applications > Utilities).
Type / Copy and paste the following command:
- defaults write com.apple.dock itunes-notifications -bool TRUE;killall Dock
done….. but wait, you can also add the iTunes logo to the notification by entering the command below!
defaults write com.apple.dock notification-always-show-image -bool TRUE;killall Dock
Open iTunes and take a look!
At anytime you feel you do not like this, you can uninstall it with the following commands below, simple!Quit iTunes.
Type / Copy and paste the following two lines…..
- defaults delete com.apple.dock itunes-notifications
- defaults delete com.apple.dock notification-always-show-image;killall Dock
Keir Thomas discovered this handy feature, then shared it on Mac OS X Hints.
(via The Next Web)
You can follow us on Twitter, like our Facebook page or going to our circle over on Google+
keep yourself updated on all the latest news and technology
Last week a video surfaced on YouTube of someone showing how they could unlock a locked iPhone 4S to any network they desired, this turned out to be a fact, but as stated in the video (recently added) the unlock will only last for a a short period of time.
Thanks to @musclenerd for pointing out this fact, there is a lot of false hope around and it’s highly recommended to follow the iPhone Dev’s – we all want an iPhone 4S jailbreak and hopefully will will not be waiting much longer, then we can also hope that @musclenerd and the other Devs can create an unlock for people who are stuck on a locked network
With the up and coming release of iOS 5.1 – What would you most like to see improved? There has been a flurry of rumours that Siri will be a few IQ points smarter – We have all been frustrated by the lack of requests you can give the personal assistant, for Apple to continue using Siri as a marketing tool by keeping it just to the iPhone 4s, they need to improve on the capabilities insanely.
Another feature that many of us, including MriOSDevices is hoping to see the ability to open an Application with your voice, we have shown you in a previous post how to use the contacts feature to enable basic voice activation of applications. Directly using Siri to do this would be great for times when you cannot use you hands, such as driving, exercising, on the phone etc…
Let us know your thoughts on 5.1 firmware and Siri improvements, do you welcome these? would you like to see Siri ported to another iDevice or even OS?
Follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook & join our Circle on Google+
Siri – Y U So Stupid?!?!
A little while ago, MriOSDevices posted about the brand new Gmail app being in the AppStore, It was short lived as there were lots of bugs. Usually a developer will just issue an update however the fact that the world’s leading search management group had created an app with so much wrong with they, they decided to pull it from the Store (see photo of bug below)
MriOSDevices original post is here
What do you think of the App so far, did you download the original app before it was pulled?
If you want to try it out, Click here - follow MriOSDevices on Twitter, Like us on Facebook and join our Circle on Google+