Friday, May 18, 2012




iOS 5.1.1 Untethered Jailbreak by Pod2g to Support iPod 3G and iPhone 3GS
 FREDDY MAY 18, 2012 0


We have some good news today for anyone who has an iPod 3G or iPhone 3GS. We reported earlier this week that pod2g’s 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak would not work on the iPhone 3GS and iPod 3G, but as of this morning that news has changed. Pod2g tweeted:

Good news. We’ve found a way through for iPod 3G and iPhone 3Gs users. Upcoming jailbreak will be compatible.

As of right now, it seems as though all devices that are on 5.1.1 will be able to be jailbroken, though this could change in the future. Stay tuned for more updates on the jailbreak, and keep listening for news about the release.



iPad 1 and iPad 2 Untethered Jailbreak Tested and Working on 5.1.1



Today we have a quick update from pod2g, with big news from anybody with an older iPad running 5.1.1. Pod2g has officially confirmed that he has tested his untethered jailbreak on both older model iPads (iPad 1,1 and iPad 2,1), and it is fully working. Check out his tweet here.

@pod2g

iPad1,1 and iPad2,1 tested with iOS 5.1.1. Untethering worked.

Each new device that gets working is one step closer to seeing the release of the jailbreak, so stay tuned for more good news!










Spigen Glas.t – Glass iPhone Screen Protector?!



If any of you have ever used a screen protector, or shield, on your device - you’ll know how shocking some of them can be. They can rainbow, they collect dust and lint and can be all round shocking. Now, to this nature, companies have never been particularly innovative with screen shields. The iCommunity has a whole range of accessories to choose from, but never has a particularly definitive screen protector been created…

…until now. The ‘Spigen Glas.t’ is a tempered glass screen protector. It’s incredible that nobody has created this before, but now that it’s been done. I honestly cannot even consider returning to contemporary screen protectors.



Having the glass.t on my device feels like an extension of the original phone itself. It does not tamper with the iPhone 4S’s retina display, something that traditional screen shields are famous for - I may also go so far to say that it has improved the appearance of my iPhone’s screen, due to the fact it makes all the little scratches from daily bumps and grinds pretty much disappear.



The Glas.t is absolutely incredible. The 0.4mm screen shield has a permanent place on my phone, and there’s no way it will be coming off any time soon. It’s one of those things you have to try before you appreciate just how spectacular it really is. This was sent out to me by MobileFun, they have a huge range of iPhone 4S accessories you can check out.
















Bulatech – Best Free Winterboard Lock Screen For iPhone and iPod Touch



Last week we posted about an amazing lock screen named Neon LS Clock, and this week we have more in store. Not only does Bulatech look good, the theme is completely free. We know how a great portion of of audience appreciates free things and hope that you enjoy. Bulatech can be downloaded from Cydia with no additional sources required. The theme runs with Winterboard so applying it will only take a second. As always a theme is better explained visually so make sure to check out the video below.














SpotDict – Search Dictionary from Spotlight



If you’re anything like me, there’s been occasions where you desperately need access to a dictionary, or something to that nature - but the quickest way of doing this is a google search. SpotDict aims to change that by adding the built in iOS dictionary into spotlight, in a very elegant and efficient format and one I’m sure you’ll love.

Granted, the dictionary icon isn’t the prettiest, but that can easily be addressed in a incremental update and the solid functionality of this one is there. The premise of this tweak is something I really like, simple, yet highly effective. It just works, and hopefully if the logo gets updated, this tweak will be a hands down winner.

SpotDict can be found for free from the BigBoss repo if you like what you see.








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