Although iPhone 3GS has a commendable 3.2 megapixel camera, but apart from very basic camera functionality, you can hardly do anything special with it. But then as they says that there is an app for just about anything on the iPhone, so is the case with this app as well. A new app by the name of Security Cam has just been approved which enables iPhone users to use their iPhone as security (or should I say spy?) camera.
Snappy camera app for jailbroken iPhone has got an update! The new version 2.0 adds much needed support of video recording for iPhone 3GS. Also added is the support for MMS for MMS enabled devices, option for Geo tagging, faster image writing, more capable device orientation and various other bug fixes.
If you have a jailbroken iPhone, with an unchanged SSH password, there is a high chance that your security can be compromised by any of the iPhone worms out there. The easiest thing one can do to secure his or her jailbroken iPhone is to change the default root password or by disabling SSH entirely. Apple’s spokesperson Natalie Harrison today offered following comments regarding all these recent iPhone worm attacks.
There are times when you would suddenly like to instantaneously capture a scene or a nearby happening with your iPhone but the time available to take such shots is always limited. One normally misses out these precious moments when trying to capture them through iPhone using the native Camera app because of the time the built-in camera app takes in starting, taking picture and then closing. This problem has now been resolved for jailbroken iPhone users by Marc Vaillant who has developed a very useful app like qTweeter called “Snappy”.