Posted by Haroon Khattak on February 11, 2012 ·
Because Apple iPhones are equipped with GPS, Apple sought to develop a service that enables users to find the device anywhere and anytime, even when they were stolen. The service is called “Find My iPhone” and it’s using an integrated GPS IDEV plus an internet connection to make a precise location as possible iPhone/iPad or iPod Touch. In iOS 5, Apple included Find My iPhone service in iCloud settings so go to: Settings> iCloud> Find My iPhone and activate it.
Of course the GPS need to be always active so go to the Settings> Location Services and turn on the GPS from [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on February 10, 2012 ·
iPhone, no matter how controversial it is, remains one of the most coveted gadgets. This year, without mention the exclusive preinstalled application on the iPhone 4S (Siri, of course), iPhone owners have turned to social networking and gaming platforms.
Productivity applications are found also in the top, but their degree of popularity pales in front of Facebook and Foursquare. A precise ranking is obviously impossible to draw up, given the diversity of applications segments. However, iPhone owners were delighted in 2011 with the following (the order is irrelevant):
Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 27, 2012 ·
This tutorial is addressed exclusively to owners of iPhone 4, so do not go on any other terminal. This method was tested by the application developer and a few other people worked for them but I like to test because I SHSH than for iOS 4.0.2/4.1. This tutorial is only necessary for those who have an iPhone 4 coded and need to preserve the baseband version to use ultrasn0w on IOS 4.1.
Download TinyUmbrella 4.1.3 from here:
Posted by Haroon Khattak on January 4, 2012 ·
Maybe it is not a surprise that the iPhone is the best selling smartphone in the U.S. at present. The interesting thing is, that the iPhone 3GS, which is already two years old, continues to sell better than any other Android device from Samsung and HTC!
Best smartphone selling in United States of America:
1. Apple iPhone 4
2. Apple iPhone 3GS
3. HTC EVO 4G
4. HTC Inspire 4G
5. Samsung INTENSITY 2
Anyway, Apple devices that haven’t been updated to the latest version of the IOS operating system caused again the same problems this year. Even if they had enough time, almost a year, Apple [...]
Posted by Haroon Khattak on November 15, 2011 ·
Siri, the assistance with voice command offered to iPhones 4S owners can be adapted read the user’s thoughts, translated as voice commands to various phone functions.
The achievement belongs to a group of hackers with a lot of imagination and skills for improvisation of craft electronic equipment. They have created an interface for monitoring brain waves, provided with the functions for the interpretation of patterns generated during thinking.
Although it can not read the exact words thinked by user, the equipment can identify patterns of brain waves generated when we think of something, [...]