iPhone developers, Mobigame have previously been identified as “The developers of Edge.” However, with their new release, I and I’m sure others too, will identify them as, “The developers of Perfect Cell.” From the game’s chilling story to even the mysterious icon, it is stunning, and a title most iPhone
"Jody Sanders", the fool caught trying to pass the Dev Team's work off as his own and sell copies of it for his own profit, is at it again. He is now offering copies of an edited version of QuickPwn for sale at £19.99 per copy, and promises to have Yellowsn0w as well. Needless to say, the Dev Team does not approve.
With no fanfare whatsoever, the iPhone-Dev Team has officially released version 2.0 of their aptly named PwnageTool. The tool, for those who don't already know, performs several functions on the iPhone and its software and firmware. Primarily, PwnageTool "pwns" the iPhone's firmware which allows unsigned software and firmware to be restored to the iPhone. This, in turn, gives the ability to jailbreak and, of course, unlock the iPhone.
Many iPhone Alley readers, including most of us here at the site, decided to wait in line for the iPhone 3G on Friday. Why? Well, some of us are die-hard Apple fans, others simply want to get the best phone available. So when we see reporters show up to check out the madness, the last thing we expect is to be insulted by one of them. Unfortunately, one KTLA reporter couldn't help himself and, allegedly under orders from his producer, decided to ask some less than dignified questions. Fortunately for iPhone fans everywhere, the man he directed his questions to gave him the best response a question like this could yield. In other words, this reporter was own'd. Hard. Read on for the video.