It’s finally here, anticipation for months, but we have a confirmed date, September 12th 2012, this is what we’ve wanted for months, a new iPhone!
Since the early days of Jailbreaking, Emoji has been a popular tweak for many to have. Later adopted by Apple in international keyboards via and apps in the AppStore, then at the beginning of iOS5, Emoji was a standard iOS feature. Now….. today, in Cydia “Emoji2″ has become an extension to the standard Emoji we are all used to< !–more– >
You can find Emoji2 in Cydia for $0.99 / £0.69 – there was a lot of discussion around the price, and it usability. It is accessible via setting tab where you can preselect which language you want it to appear. once set, you can activate via inter nation keyboards in General > Settings > Keyboards > International Keyboards.
When Apple released iOS 5, they added a superb function which lets you tweet from certain “Apple Apps” like Photos, YouTube and Safari, it is a great feature and I use it all the time. Continue reading
Rob Shoesmith, an extreme Apple Fanboy with a passion of getting the latest iDevice on Day 1. He camped for 10, stressful days outside Covent Garden’s Apple Store, for the. Latest iPhone, the 4S. He recently released his new Book for Kindle and Apple’s iBook Store, it goes into detail on how he suffers from panic attacks, which for many years, has hit Rob hard. Being a part of MEDL Mobile, he worked through these panic attacks, they’ve gone now.
Today pod2g tweeted some great news for the jailbreak community, he today tweeted that the 5.1.1 jailbreak is imminent.
pod2g the infamous ios hacker who brought us the corona jailbreak has today released a blog post answering some question.
Have you been waiting for the new Macs? Maybe you have the 2011 iMac and are crying at nigh time because of its slow processing power. If so, you may be interested in this article!
Apple’s new, unannounced MacBook Pro and iMac have started to pop-up in Geekbench benchmarks over the last few days. MacRumors noticed the new benchmarks in its forums, where a “MacBookPro9,1″ entry surfaced, which suggests it will land as the 2012 replacement for the current MacBookPro8,x versions of the popular Apple Computer.