When iOS 7 launched, Conan showed us all how to go about installing it. But as one eagle-eyed viewer has since pointed out, he screwed up big time—by trying to install the OS on an iPhone 3GS, which doesn't even support it.
Updated to iOS4 and need to jailbreak your 3GS? First Redsn0w, and now PwnageTool give you the power. Here's a simple how-to guide to get you started. The caveat: this isn't an official release, so there may be some bugs that could damage your phone or delete some data. So proceed with caution! [Redmond Pie]
After the developers' release of iOS4 was cracked earlier this month, the same team has pulled their finger out and released PwnageTool 4.01 for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and the second-gen iPod Touch.
Sky Siege ($3, available now) uses the iPhone 3GS' compass and accelerometers to turn the iPhone into a window rather than just a screen, resulting in startlingly immersive gameplay. Don't know what that means? Just watch this remarkable clip. [iTunes]
Owle Bubo isn't an obscure Star Wars bounty hunter. It's a $130 billet aluminum iPhone case, complete with swappable 37mm macro lens. It's well-made, attractive, and makes iPhone video easy. But you probably don't want this one.
That's right, y'all. We're back at it, and this time we've received some exclusive iPhone OS 4.0 details from one of our trusty Apple connects.
Dear Apple and AT&T: I have had enough of this. Tell me, why don't we have videochat on the iPhone, you assclowns? Whatever excuse you may have, I'm here to destroy it.
Dear anonymous buyer of the $3,164,000 iPhone 3GS Supreme, the most expensive and tacky cellphone in the world: You are a tasteless assclown. Sincerely, Me.
China Ontrade calls this the iPhone 4 Generation Midboard. Not very exciting, but the last time they announced a next-generation iPhone part, they were right. A month later, the iPhone 3GS appeared with exactly those parts. What could this mean?
USB Fever's 3000 mAh add-on promises 8.5 hours of talk time or 20 hours of delicious video playback.
Apple's successful iPhone 3GS launch might mean a new video format takes over the YouTubes of the world in the near future. They're calling it "tallscreen," and I wanted to know if you gave a hoot or not.