If you are a fan of minimalism, then FlatIcons is a theme for all jailbroken iOS devices that is sure to make your head turn. FlatIcons isn’t a theme that transforms every aspect of your iPhone’s UI, but visually it’s a stunner.
By and large I love the iWork and iLife apps for iOS, but… But iMovie confounded me at first (and still confuses me at times). Sometimes I’m not quite sure if it’s as easy as iMovie on the Mac or maybe it’s easier. One thing that is for sure once you get the hang of iMovie for iOS, it’s a great video editor for quick and dirty videos on the go. As powerful as iMovie on the Mac? Nope, but sometimes that’s okay. In this video demo I give you a few tips and hints for using iMovie for iOS
If you watched my last photo/video related how to—How to: Taking Better Pictures with your iPhone—you’ve already got a lot of the basics down for shooting better videos with your iPhone. In this companion post, I have a few video tips for you that will help get you to the next level of video.
If you had some apprehensions about the authenticity of the iPhone 5 unboxing photos from yesterday (which in our opinion were the real deal), then check out this unboxing video by CNET’s Scott Stein, who received an iPhone 5 review unit from Apple.
Have you seen Apple’s iPhone 3G "Unslow" ad which says you can do most things on the internet "twice as fast" with iPhone 3G as in comparison to the first generation iPhone?
The ad has created some controversy in the blogosphere with some folks complaining that the ad is misleading, and that it sets wrong expectations.
Check out Apple’s iPhone 3G ad after the jump to see if you agree.
The iPhone Dev Team first told us that they had hacked, jailbroken and unlocked iPhone firmware 2.0, then they published a video to show their Pwnage Tool 2.0 hacking iPhone firmware 2.0, and now they have released a video of what they claim is the "world’s first" jailbroken iPhone 3G.
You can check out the video clip of the jailbroken iPhone 3G after the jump.
Update: The post has been updated to include the screenshot of the new and improved device selection screen which now also displays iPhone 3G.
We have seen some impressive photos of the disassembled iPhone 3G courtesy folks at iFixit.
I don’t think many of you will be attempting it, nor should you be doing it as it will void your brand new iPhone 3G’s warranty. But if you are curious to know how they went about taking iPhone 3G apart then you should watch the step by step instructional video on how to disassemble iPhone 3G by PDAParts.com who just an email to tell us about it.