If you ever needed a reason to jailbreak your iPhone 4, this could be it. Thanks to a jailbreak application called My3G, you can have FaceTime calls over 3G without the need to connect your device to Wi-Fi. The application will cost you some money, but the price of jailbreaking and the price of the application may be worth it for some.
Well, that was short-lived. Apple has removed all of the “death grip” videos from their website, which showed in gory detail how competing models from companies such as Motorola, RIM and HTC also exhibited the same signal attenuation problems as the iPhone 4 when held a certain way.
If you're planning on purchasing an iPhone 4 handset in the Great White North, you can do so comforted by the knowledge that your handset comes to you unlocked and without a SIM: Leaving you free to take to any carrier you please...for about five seconds. According to a report from Engadget, while the handsets might come our of the shrinkwrap and box without a SIM card or designated carrier, people purchasing iPhone 4 from an Apple Store in Canada will be asked to select a carrier during the phone's activation.
It seems like only yesterday when The Wall Street Journal’s own Walt Mossberg was praising the iPhone 4 just prior to its release, calling it “the best device in its class.” A lot has happened since then but one thing remains the same: Mossberg still “hearts” his iPhone 4 -- most of the time.
Best Buy is allegedly tacking on free invisibleSHIELD 4Fix films to iPhone 4 customers complaining about iPhone 4 reception problems. The invisibleSHIELD is really only supposed to cover the front and back of the handheld, though this package also includes transparent films that you affix to your iPhone 4's anttena band. How this prevents iPhone 4 reception loss is anyone's guess.
iPhone 4 users, there may be a solution for your proximity sensor issues. The iOS 4.1 Beta 2 is rumored to be the big update that Steve Jobs promised us at the Apple iPhone 4 press conference weeks ago. But of course, this not based on any concrete evidence, just sheer speculation.
Ever thought about lining up a member of each of the four generations of iPhone and shooting some video of how they compare to each other? Well, a fellow by the name of Chris Pinnock did, and it’s a rather entertaining little gem for iPhone fans.
On the eve of 17 more countries getting the iPhone 4 this Friday, a controversy appears to be brewing in the one country originally slated for the same launch date where Apple blamed the delay on government approval.
Put your ear to the ground--do you hear the rumbling? No, it's not the cattle getting restless. It's the sound of thousands of eager international iPhone 4 fans stampeding forth to secure their place in line this Friday and snag the elusive Apple handset of their dreams.