As expected, Apple has just released iOS 6.1.2 (build 10B147) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
It fixes the Exchange Calendar bug that was reported few days back.
If you’re a developer and have installed iOS 6.1 beta 5 on your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS or iPod touch 4G that was seeded just few hours back, then the good news is that just like the previous beta versions, you can use Redsn0w to jailbreak your device.
After opening up FaceTime over cellular to iPhone 5 customers on certain plans, AT&T has just announced today that they are now going to allow any iOS device that can use FaceTime over cellular to do so.
These next couple weeks before Apple announces the Q1 2013 earnings are going to be crazy with rumors, speculation, and Street estimates about what is going on (or going to be going on) with the world’s largest company. Although Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T all have released results that point to strong iPhone sales (and mostly the iPhone 5), there is a Devil in the details—the iPhone 4. Analysts are looking at the strength of iPhone 4 and 4S sales as a another sign that Apple must make a cheaper iPhone to compete.
One of the things that kept me in the world of Blackberry for so long was the physical keyboard. I might not have been the fastest typist on it, but I was sure that it was better than what I would get from the iPhone. A few years now with the iPhone keyboard, I’ve gotten the hang of it—pretty much—and while I don’t long for a physical keyboard for my iPhone, a Kickstarter project called Spike would let me have it.
If you’re a developer and have installed iOS 6.1 beta 4 on your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS or iPod touch 4G that was seeded few days back, then the good news is that you can use Redsn0w to jailbreak your device.