Saturday, April 30, 2011

iOS 4.2.7 Jailbreak Untether Released For Verizon iPhone

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iH8Sn0w and Pushfix have released a Cydia package to untether your currently tethered Verizon 4.2.7 iPhone. This package will work for those who have jailbroken by pointing RedSn0w to the 4.2.6 ipsw.

I originally ordered a Verizon iPhone 4 for my upcoming SHSH blobs dumper. Then I + many others on twitter realized that an untether was not available for 4.2.7. Over the past few weeks, I've been sick and didn't do much, but today I was finally able to get the strength to work on this Verizon untether. Since i0n1c's payload is not easily reversible, I went to previous exploits. After trying, pod2g's + posixninja's kernel exploit for 4.2.x is STILL in 4.2.7! After some more work, I managed to get this thing untethered!

You can install the "Verizon Untether for 4.2.7" by adding the http://cydia.pushfix.info repo to Cydia.

iH8Sn0w has also released Sn0wBreeze 2.6.1 with support for the iOS 4.2.7 untether.



*thanks iclarified*

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OSX Lion new external monitor settings.

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Along with the release of an updated OSX lion beta release come new findings, like the new way that lion handles an external screen. Usually when you have an external screen connected to your Mac leopard and below and you close the lid on your MacBook your Mac goes to sleep, now it seems that OSX Lion has new settings that leave the Mac up and running when you have an external monitor connected and lid is closed as shown in the video below:

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Reading List feature coming to Safari in Mac OS X Lion

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MacRumors found an interesting new feature in the latest Mac OS X Lion builds called the Safari Reading List. Reading List is a feature akin to services like Instapaper, and allows you to save webpages “to read later”. The feature is not fully activated in Lion Safari, but the application’s help menu breaks it down.

If you come across a webpage or link that you want to read later, Reading List gives you an easy way to save the link.
The concept is very simple. When you want to save a link for later, simply click shift and click the link and it will go into your reading list for later viewing:


To open up your reading list, simply click the reading glasses icon next to the bookmarks icon (not yet visible in Lion). You can also view saved links/articles in “reader mode” – a feature that debuted with Safari 5 last year.

Instapaper’s Marco Ament comments and reactions via Twitter are below:


*thanks 9to5Mac*

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More evidence pointing to Find my Mac launching with Mac OS X Lion

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When the first developer previews of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion were released, we reported on our findings of “Find my Mac” strings hidden deep in the operating system. At that time there was no concrete evidence that Apple is bringing their Find my iPhone service to the Mac, but now there are some strong indicators in the latest Lion update, that Find my Mac is launching with Lion. The first would be the Find my Mac icon, which is reminiscent of the Find my iPhone icon.


Additionally, there is something called Find my Mac messenger. We’re not too sure what this is, but we speculate that it might be a way for the Mac’s finder to instant message with the Mac’s owner. Apple is set to unveil a revamped MobileMe, so it’s possible that Apple will throw some instant messenger client for Find my Mac into the new web interface.


*thanks 9to5Mac*

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