Saturday, July 11, 2020

Apple Articles

iPhone: Much Needed “Search” application added to 3rd Party Apps

I have been waiting for an application like this to be released and today it magically appeared in my "Recent Packages" directory on my Installer 3 iPhone App. The release version is 1.0b and is showcased on according...

iPhone: Good Special Report on iPhone apps, features, unlocking, jailbreaking, etc. at

There is a great post on by Ben Wilson that summarizes in good detail items related to Native Apps, Unlocking, Unbricking and other Troubleshooting tips. Some things listed out there include: New Features (Documented and Undocumented) How to put 3rd...

Apple: How to Prepare for a Leopard Upgrade

First, this is by no means the end-all summary on how to get your Mac ready for Leopard, but I thought that it would be useful to create a list of tips that you might want to follow prior...

iPhone: SummerBoard 3.0a11 released – works with 1.1.1 firmware

Just a quick note, SummerBoard has been updated to now work on iPhone 1.1.1 firmware. There are now two types of installers in AppTapp, one for pre 1.1.1 firmware, titled "Summerboard (Old)" - version 2.11 -, and this new...

iPhone: AppTapp Installer 3.0b3 released

The NullRiver folks have released a new version of AppTapp Installer for the iPhone. I have just installed version 3.0b3 and I must say that it was a needed upgrade. The number of apps have grown so much that...

iPhone: Application Software Developers Kit for iPhone in February 2008!

I guess the repeated efforts of the various iPhone 3rd Party App Developers related to Jailbreaking and creating applications that run natively on the iPhone have paid off. Steve Jobs has officially announced that Apple will provide an SDK...

iPhone: Experiences and Recommendations for Jailbreaking the 1.1.1 Firmware…not for the weak!

Update #2 on 10.15.07 @ 11:25 AM PST - iNdependence download link updated to 1.2.2. Note warning from developer.  Update #1 on 10.13.07 @ 11:12 AM PST - new links for instructions; further clarification on items Yesterday there were a flurry...

iPhone: A couple of bugs or changes with Firmware 1.1.1

Since I don't have any 3rd party apps now with Firmware 1.1.1, I have been digging around with the functionality that I currently have and I came across a couple of changes (or bugs?) in the new version that...

New iPhone Model Released

Probably old news by now but an important celebrity has "broken the news" about a new iPhone model, just in time for the holidays. I probably won't get one of these but my kids might!

iPhone: Firmware 1.1.1 – Delete Messages from Exchange Server, Calendar Invites and incompatible Vircom ModusMail

I'm looking for as many positives as I can with the new 1.1.1 iPhone firmware (and I haven't found too many and I still miss my 3rd party apps) but this is one "fix" that I'm thankful for. With...

iPhone: Possible Audio Bug related to iPhone Firmware 1.1.1

I may have uncovered a possible bug coming from the latest iPhone Firmware release 1.1.1. There was an undocumented feature included in the release that supposedly allows you to play audio attachments that come in your email. When you...

iPhone: Replace your 3rd Party Apps with these Equivalent Web Apps

Now that Apple has so generously removed my ability (for now) to install, run and delete applications on my iPhone with the release of firmware 1.1.1, I really miss them. It will only be a matter of time before...
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