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Two weeks back we had reported that iPhone users in New Zealand had reported that their iPhone alarms were going off an hour early ever since the country switched to daylight savings on September 26th.
As expected, the day light saving bug has also affected iPhone users in Australia after daylight savings kicked in on October 3rd.
Apple has released the second beta version of iOS 4.2 (build 8C5101c) and iOS SDK 4.2 to developers of iOS Dev Center.
Apple has also released iTunes 10.1 Beta and Mac OS X 10.6.5 Delta update as they are required for the AirPrint feature.
Some of our readers have been complaining that there is a problem with the proximity sensor in iPhone 4.
At the special iPhone 4 press conference where Apple talked about the reception problem, Steve Jobs also revealed that they’re looking into problems with the proximity sensor and expect to fix the issue in the next iPhone software update.
Apple and Steve Jobs had responded to the widely publicized iPhone reception issues stating that it was a ‘non-issue’ and that this is "fact of life" for any wireless phone, advising users to avoid gripping it in the lower left corner or use an iPhone case.
That response naturally did not go well with new iPhone 4 users. But looks like Apple has changed its stance as Steve Jobs has responded to an iPhone 4 user indicating that Apple might release iOS 4.01 to fix the reception issues.
F0recast: Tool To Find Out If Your iPhone Is Tethered Jailbreak, Unlockable And Can Downgrade Baseband
Though there are tools and step-by-step guides that make it easy to jailbreak and unlock iPhone, things have got a lot more complicated and confusing with the release of iPhone OS 3.1.3 and updated boot ROM in new iPhone 3GS models.
iH8sn0w, developers of popular jailbreaking tool, Sn0wbreeze have recently released a tool called F0recast, which tries to answer some of the questions if you’re new to the jailbreaking and unlocking world.
If you are the kind who is very particular about security, you might have realized that the four digit passcodes for unlocking your iPhone is not fool-proof enough.
Fortunately, it is possible to set a more secure alpha-numeric passcode with the help of Apple's iPhone Configuration utility.