iPhone 3GS owners, the wait to jailbreak your shiny new iPhone 3GS is over! iPhone hacker George Hotz originally unlocked the iPhone, has released a jailbreaking application for the iPhone 3GS code-named purplera1n. The project started out as a tool only for certain variants of Windows, but has since blossomed into candidates for most modern variants of Windows (not Windows 7 though) and a Mac solution.
To jailbreak iPhone 3GS, go to purplera1n.com. Download the application. Make sure you have Windows (but not Windows 7), the latest iTunes installed, and an iPhone 3GS with 3.0 firmware. Connect your iPhone as you use normally. Click on “make it ra1n”. Wait. On bootup, run Freeze, the purplera1n installer app. From here, it’s quite simple and you should have no problem proceeding… This tool is still in beta, so make sure to have everything backed up before trying. In case Cydia doesn’t show up after running Freeze, reboot your iPhone.
Lately, there has been a lot of rumors on iPhone 4G, and there is even a new features picture at Gizmodo. Look at those smooth curves and the slim design! Of course, the phone in the picture here is an iPhone 4G concept which won’t see the light of day anytime soon.
Some of the new features expected include:
- Sturdy titanium and glass design
- OLED screen
- 3G data speed
- True GPS
- iChat camera
- Removable battery
- Standard headphone jack
- 3.2 megapixel camera
- Video capable
- 32GB capacity
- Messaging light
Naturally this new iPhone has got better features such as a megapixels front camera, a better processor and it knows how to multitask!
Apple may have loosened up its restrictions on iPhone farting applications and it may also have introduced a whole new “17+” category specifically to house a whole series of bloody and violent titles, but apparently sex is still off the table. Apple has rejected iBoobs, an application which allows iPhone users to wobble a pair of animated woman’s breasts at will.
(Not actual iBoobs screen shot, see video below for iBoobs application)
The iBoobs application which was developed by Mystic Game Development was rejected on the grounds of “objectionable content”.