MMS functionality for AT&T customers of iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS has been officially launched as of September 25th. The following step-by-step guide will help you enable MMS functionality on iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS running jailbroken firmware 3.0 or 3.0.1 on AT&T network.
There is no doubt about the fact that iPhone is one of the most popular cell phone out there. The argument for a longer battery life on the iPhone is relative in terms of its user requirement. If used as a cell phone, for the primary purpose that it has been designed for, the battery life would be fine and will last probably all day. However, if someone likes to use it as portable computer which I assume most iPhone users are doing, for checking email, web browsing, playing games etc, then the battery is comparable to that of any standard notebook at best.
PoweryBase has reported that their statistics after first seven sales days of NotifyMe shows that 5 percent of users were using jailbroken iPhone's. 5 percent of these users generate more than 80 percent of customer support requests daily. The complain being the malfunction of the app. NotifyMe is a personal reminder based on the Push Notifications technology available only on the iPhone OS 3.0. It lets you create personal reminders, notifications and alerts with easy snoozing when needed.
We all know the lies Apple made when they said that the first-gen iPhone cannot do MMS due to hardware limitation. Leaving out the first-gen iPhone users in the cold was a planned move than anything else. They wanted you to spend more bucks to buy a new device even when the older one could perfectly do the job. Same goes for video recording as well.
Some users who have recently updated/restored to the new iPhone firmware 3.0 have reported to have got into a problem where their phone randomly doesn't ring when there is a call nor does the keyboard or slide to unlock button sound anymore. I got into this problem as well after unlocking and jailbreaking my iPhone 3G with firmware 3.0, my iPhone suddenly stopped ringing on calls randomly, resulting in missing a lot of important calls.
The infamous Dev-Team has finally released the much awaited ultrasn0w for iPhone 3G users which will enable you to unlock your iPhone 3G. Follow the steps below to unlock your iPhone 3G running iPhone OS firmware 3.0.
Those of you who have updated to iPhone OS 3.0 (jailbroken) might have noticed that your jailbroken apps (Apps installed outside from App Store) have stopped working. Even if you have tried reinstalling them they wont work because these apps require a patched version of MobileInstallation file on your iPhone. Here’s what you have to do to patch the mobileinstallation file on your iPhone.
The awesome guys over on the Dev-Team have just released the tool required for jailbreaking both iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G running OS firmware 3.0 for both Windows and Mac OS X.
Its only been few hours since Apple publicly released the iPhone OS 3.0 for iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPod Touch and I have already started receiving lots of emails from people asking about various questions related to updating to iPhone OS 3.0. Instead of replying to them individually, I thought it would be useful to make a short post in order to answer most frequently asked questions.