Apple will preview iPhone OS 4.0 this thursday, April 8! A beta version will be seeded to developer mostly after the conference. If you are interested in becoming our beta tester and try iPhone OS 4.0 before it is released to the public (this summer), register now!
While we are eagerly waiting for our iPad ordered via myus.com to arrive, we can already admire this video of MuscleNerd performing a ssh connection to the iPad! Next step is to install Cydia which should not take long. This could also bring tethering to the iPad like connecting the iPad to internet via an iPhone.
So you are a guitar player and looking for an easy way to take away your jam sessions with you? Guitarbud from PRS is the iPhone accessory your are looking for! It works with applications like Jammit, Riff source, PRS Jam Amp and many others. With the out-of-the-box Voice memo application, you can record your jam sessions, and send them to your friends by email. The solution is also suitable for bass and keyboard players!
Guitarbud is made by Paul Reed Smith Signature Cables and costs only $30 (I got mine yesterday, it’s awsome!). The moment you feel the inspiration, just plug the cable in and start playing and recording. The Guitarbud is suitable for the iPhone and the 2nd/3rd generation iPod touch, combined with a headset. The cable is 1.8 meters long. Rock on!
Check out the video in the extended post!
The iPhone Dev Team has just released a cross-platform jailbreaking, unlocking, and customizing tool for iPhones and iPod touches. We highly recommend redsn0w 0.9 if you need to jailbreak and/or unlock your iPhone. It’s the best and bug-free solution available so far.
This release supports:
- All iPhones and iPod touches (still a tethered-only JB for late-model devices though)
- Apple firmware 3.0 and 3.1.2
- Windows and Mac OSX
Do you have 2 machintosh computers at home that you want to use with a single keyboard, single monitor and even single Magic Mouse? Well now it’s possible with this tutorial. We have build this setup and it works flawlessly.
For the setup we used the following hardware:
- 1 mac mini (running 24/7 as a home server)
- 1 Mac Pro (it’s a hackintosh inside a Mac Pro case)
- 1 Apple USB Keyboard and 1 dual-link DVI Monitor
- 1 Apple Magic Mouse (Bluetooth)
- 1 Belkin Flip KVM Switch (DVI-D 2-Port)
- 1 small Bluetooth 2.0 USB dongle
Apple has sent out the flyer above to confirm the Special Event on January 27th at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10AM Pacific Time. It is widely expected that Apple will release the tablet and a new version of the iPhone OS 4.0 beta.
The Event will likely focus on:
- Mac Tablet
iPhone OS 4.0 Beta