There have been some reports along with photos saying that cracks are developing on white iPhone 3G’s.
If you see the photos after the jump, the damage seems to be mostly hairline cracks.
ZdZiarski has just released an updated version (v2.3.0) of the popular NES app: Nintendo Emulator for iPhone with accelerometer support.
NES app was one of the first native applications developed for the jailbroken iPhone.
It emulates the hardware in a Nintendo Entertainment System, allowing
you to play games such as Mario Bros., Bomberman on your iPhone.
A group of hackers claim to have hacked Apple’s DRM on Sega’s Super Money Ball for the iPhone and many more iPhone games.
I must admit I never saw this coming as Apple’s FairPlay DRM has been used for so many years to protect content sold on iTunes stores.
If you loved Erica Sadun’s unofficial native iPhone app "Listen" then you are going to love the iPhone App, Shazam, available via iTunes App Store.
Shazam is a song recognition application for the iPhone.
You can checkout the details of the iPhone app after the jump.
If you are worried about the imminent release of iPhone firmware 2.1 which was seeded to registered users of the iPhone Developer program, then here is some news that will interest you.
The native iPhone app, Installer app made it very easy to install unofficial native applications on the hacked iPhone, instantly making it one of the most popular native applications with iPhone users prior to iPhone firmware 2.0.
No wonder it was greatly missed when the iPhone Dev Team’s Pwnage Tool v2.0 installed only the Open Source Package Installer and Handler for the iPhone, Cydia and not the popular Installer app after jailbreaking iPhone firmware 2.0.
So, if you have been wondering what happened to the Installer App then check out the progress report on your favorite native iPhone app after the jump.
The iPhone Dev Team has just published a post claiming that they have been able to downgrade iPhone 3G’s modem firmware to an older beta firmware version.
They haven’t unlocked iPhone 3G so far, but the latest news gives an indication on the progress they are making hacking iPhone 3G’s baseband.
If you have been a little ticked off that your iPhone does not play the WAV voicemail files that are emailed by your VOIP service provider then here is some good news with iPhone firmware 2.0.
WinPwn 188.8.131.52 has just been released. If you were facing crashing issues with iPwner or 16xx errors then you you might want to check out the latest version as cnw, the iPhone Hacker credited for porting iPhone Dev Team’s Pwnage Tool 2.0 (Mac only) to Windows claims that they have been fixed.
You can find all the details of WinPwn 184.108.40.206 after the jump.
You might have observed that iPhone syncing with firmware 2.0 takes a very long time. The real culprit for this is the iPhone backup process which takes majority of the time.
It appears that the reason for the long time taking backups is because iTunes is taking a complete snapshot of the iPhone applications that you have installed on your iPhone for restoring purpose instead of taking back up of only the applications documents and library data.