If you’re an iPhone 3GS user and were disappointed to find out the HDR feature, which was introduced in iOS 4.1 was only to iPhone 4 users then there is a possibility that Apple will introduce the feature for older iPhone models in iOS 4.2.
Folks at 9to5Mac have discovered two HDR icons in the iOS SDK, one for devices with Retina display and another one for devices, which don’t have the Retina display.
Few days back, we had reported that the iPhone Dev Team had jailbroken iOS 4.1 firmware for Apple TV. This was even before Apple had started shipping the device. Apple had released the firmware a day before customers started receiving the new Apple TV.
Apple launched the new iPhone 4 in China last weekend and according to reports, China Unicom, Apple’s exclusive carrier partner in China has sold out more than 100,000 units in the first four days.
This is in sharp contrast to the launch of iPhone 3GS last year when China Unicom took over a month to announce the sale of 100,000 units.
A hacker by the handle Hexxeh has successfully ported Google Chrome OS to the iPad.
Hexxeh who had initially teased us with the image of Chrome OS running on an iPad, has released a video of Google Chrome OS running on an iPad.
With the first batch of buyers having received their orders, we are now starting to see a number of reviews from across the blogosphere. You can also checkout our article on Apple TV teardown here.
Not surprisingly, the developer community have already put it under the scanner and have discovered some changes and improvements in the latest beta version of iOS 4.2.
Folks at iFixit have got their hands on the new Apple TV and have performed a thorough teardown of the device.
Kyle Wiens, CEO of iFixit, sent us an email to provide us details about the internals of the second generation Apple TV such as the RAM, storage and the processor powering it.