The release of JailbreakMe 3.0 has made a lot of people very happy, however, some Verizon iPhone owners have been experiencing a bug that leaves their phone stuck at the Apple logo. If you have encountered this problem with your device, Comex, that hacker responsible for JailbreakMe.com, released this fix:
Let’s play devils advocate for a moment. Now that Verizon has the iPhone, who’s to say that the other carriers won’t be scrambling for their chance at selling the iPhone on their network. Now that the much anticipated and rumored Verizon iPhone is now in existence, we should start some
Engadget has received a tip from a reader who came across something quite unexpected: an ambiguous shelf tag in a Houston Best Buy. The shelf tag in question seems to be there for the impending launch of a white 16GB AT&T iPhone 4. The no-commitment price on the tag is
The reviews of the Verizon iPhone are pouring out like mad. The big questions have finally arrived. Is the Verizon iPhone faster? Is the reception better? Are there still antenna issues? Should I switch to Verizon? Brian Chen, a writer for Wired who reviewed the Verizon iPhone, says quite simply,
So, there we have it. The mythical creature we have all been talking about for two years has finally appeared. Looks like we will find out more specifics in the coming weeks but Verizon and Apple were pretty upfront about what we should expect. Who’s going to be first in
News has come out that Skype will launch a video chat for the iPhone that will compete with Apple’s FaceTime. Under the FAQ section the question, “How do I make video call with Skype for iPhone?” was posted with an obvious Verizon logo next to the Skype logo. Oops! 9to5mac.com
Exactly one month from today, Ivan Seidenberg, CEO for Verizon, will deliver the opening keynote speech at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, NV. Seidenberg will give his CES keynote address at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 6, 2011 in the Hilton Center. CES is known
Do you remember Johnny Gladwell? He was that guy that was first in line for the iPhone 3G. He also said he "survived" for three days on the streets of New Zealand while waiting for his mystery device, claiming that it was part of a bet he had made with friends. Since then he has been outed as a plant who was hired to stand in line and "survive" off of nothing but things he ordered from New Zealand's Yellow Pages. You can even register to win "that Phone" he bought. Silly, isn't it? [via Engadget]
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.
Gizmodo has stumbled upon a brief radio interview with the man at the front of the line in New Zealand. He says that his line waiting is actually partly the result of a bet with his friends that he couldn't survive for three days living on the streets of Auckland. So far he's been using the yellow pages and surfing the web with his laptop and having things brought to him. You can check it out put to this goofy video here.