Folks at AppAdvice have figured out a way to get root access to an iPhone 4 running iOS 7 beta 1 without jailbreaking the device.
According to NDTV, an Indian news publication, Apple has reintroduced the 16GB iPhone 4 in the country.
NDTV claims that they’ve received a confirmation from multiple sources. However, Apple doesn’t seem to have officially announced it. Its website in India also hasn’t been updated to reflect the new storage option.
It features a completely redesigned user interface and new features such as Control Center, AirDrop for iOS, smarter multitasking and iTunes Radio.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has just ruled that Apple infringes on Samsung’s patent Patent No. 7,706,348, titled “Apparatus and method for encoding/decoding transport format combination indicator in CDMA mobile communication system.”
If you’re planning to buy the iPhone sometime soon, then you may want to hold off until Sunday as Best Buy is planning to offer a $50 discount.
Early last year, Apple settled various class action lawsuits related to the iPhone 4’s antenna issues, offering $15 as a payout to affected users. First responders to the lawsuit, who didn’t want or receive the free bumper Apple promised, have now started receiving their $15 settlement checks.
DisplayRecorder by Ryan Petrich for jailbroken iOS device and Reflector ($12.99) for a non-jailbroken device are the gold standard when it comes to screen recorder for iOS.
However, a new free open-source screen recording app called RecordMyScreen has recently been released on Cydia that aims to give them a run for their money.
T-Mobile announced earlier today that it will be finally start offering Apple’s iPhone on its network.
If you’re considering switching to T-Mobile, here’s everything you need to know about the iPhone on T-Mobile’s network so you can take a more informed decision.