It didn’t take long for Apple to patch the PDF exploit used by the coder called Comex to release JailbreakMe 3.0. But it took even less time for the iPhone Dev Team to answer back. Apple released iOS 4.3.4 on Friday to patch a security hole that coders were using
After JailbreakMe was recently updated for compatibility with all iOS devices running software version 4.3.3 and earlier, including iPad 2 for the first time, it did not take long for Apple to develop its own update in its fight against exploits that allow iOS to be jailbroken. This time around,
Apple has rejected an update to Convertbot for having a time conversion icon too similar to that of an icon found in Apple's Phone app for viewing recent calls. Before the update will be approved, they will be required to change the icon and re-submit the update. Apple didn't offer any guidelines on what an acceptable icon would be.
Tapbots, the folks who brought us the positively delicious Weightbot [review], have just released their second application. Possibly even more gorgeous and functional than their first, Convertbot is a unit conversion robot. Sure, there are TONS of unit conversion apps on the Store already, but none are quite as pretty and fun to use as Convertbot. But don't take my word for it, check out the video demo of the app below: