No, you're not reading an old story. There really is yet another serious iOS security flaw which allows someone to access information on your supposedly password-protected iPhone.
It's a couple days later than we thought, but worth the wait; if you're running iOS 4.1, the GreenPois0n tool has been set loose for your jailbreaking pleasure. It's a Windows-only release for now—something they're hoping to correct "soon"—and supports iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and the third and fourth-gen iPod…
The just released limera1n promises to jailbreak iOS 4.0-4.1 on iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad, iPod Touch 4G, and iPod Touch 3G. It's Windows only for now, with Mac & Linux support coming soon.
This Sunday might be your lucky day if you're running iOS 4.1 on your shiny Apple devices and are itching to jailbreak. That's because there's talk that the GreenPois0n jailbreak tool will become available on October 10, 2010 at 10:10:10AM GMT. [Gear Live]
Mere hours after iOS 4.1 became available, an iPhone Dev-Team user Pod2g found a bootrom exploit, meaning that the new update is indeed jailbreakable. However, this one differs—and could cause Apple a lot of pain.
Now you can put your iPhone into field test mode, which will allow to easily and precisely test your cell signal reception quality. You just need to follow these two easy steps:
Apple's new Game Center page lists the iOS devices that will let you get involved in this whole playing games with other people thing that's happening soon. Second-generation iPod Touch owners: you're in luck! iPhone 3G owners: you're not!
Twitter is currently in the final stages of testing push notifications in its iPhone app, pending a full activation of the feature in the next iOS release. According to TechCrunch, users with iOS 4.1 and its updated Twitter client will be able to enable the feature, bringing them closer still to the dream of full…
The most surprising nugget Apple's including in iOS 4.1 is the ability to take HDR photos. You've seen plenty of these before—photographs with vibrant, unreal colors—but what are they exactly?
Apple is testing iOS 4.1 in the next-generation iPod touch, the iPad and a mysterious new product. The secret product is listed as ID 20547 and "Unknown" in the new version of the operating system, which will appear this fall.
Grab it now if you're a developer. There doesn't seem to be anything noticeably new in the documentation, other than some API changes. We'll have to see if this includes the "fixed" reception bar display and proximity sensor tweaks. [Apple]