Monthly Archives: June 2010

iOS4 Now on your hand.

Most of you know that iOS 4 is bringing a lot of new and exciting features. Unfortunately, iPhone 2G & iPodTouch will not be supported and iPhone 3G will not be getting few features like Multitasking. But, not to worry, few developers are working on porting iOS 4 onto your iPhone 2G and the iPhone Dev team was successfully able to enable Multitasking in iPhone 3G.
Very important note: Before Apple releases iOS 4, please GRAB your SHSH Blob. So, do it now. I mean right now. Read this article – Important note for iPhone 3GS & iPodTouch 3G users & owners
So, this is all GREAT. But, don’t you want to know, what features iOS 4 loaded with..
The records of icons
The discussions in Mail
Inbox mail account with several
Ability to have multiple Exchange account
The photo of the contact in a mail
The game center
Create playlist in iPod
Remove the iPod playlist
Wallpaper SB editable
Sync notes with MobileMe, Gmail … is compatible with the landscape
Manages events
Manages faces
Manages places
Count of characters in SMS
Password lockscreen with anything other than 4 digits
Push locally
Calendar displays birthdays
Spotlight search on the WEB
5X zoom in the camera
Management of IPv6 in WiFi
Support bluetooth keyboard
New animated icons when unlocking
Bars iAd
iBooks Store
Auto focus in videos
Icon of the service location in the status bar
Suggestion for the spellchecker
Resizing when sending a photo
Rotating a photo
New albums in iPod format
New calculator icon
New icon Dictaphone
New Dock
Place a landmarks on maps with a long press
Search SMS
The new positions of the accents on the keyboard
Choose the order in international keyboards
New record of creating a new contact
Deleting messages after search
Adjusting the police alerts, calendars, messages and notes
Importing contacts via an account CardDAV
Remove the marking applications while removing
Suggestion Google in Safari
When browsing the Springboard, suppression of light “bouncing” icons
Slightly modified Weather Icon
Camera Icon slightly modified
Notes Icon altered slightly
iPod icon slightly changed (adding a very slight relief)
Icon Award slightly modified (lighter down)
Icon Clock slightly modified (Dial larger)
Enable or disable tracing, adjustable per application
Display the site title in the history in Safari’s address bar
Deployment of wireless applications for businesses
Safety Messages for businesses
Accessibility: Enabling the utterance corrections suggestions
iPod: Whether to info on the songs and lyrics
Direct link to the calendar on a date (for the link as such, mail, web site addresses from a mail …)
New representation for the icon location
Overview of a file attached to an email
Safari: The button “Google” rename “Search”
Move emails to another address
More button with direct link from Compass Maps
Mobile Device Management for Business
Support for Exchange 2010
More delete button for email archiving but
Spotlight Search Wikipedia
Assist Internationnal: U.S. prefix number
Now shows an area Spotligth “Best outcome”
Mail now supports aliases.
Play YouTube videos from Safari
Safari: Remembers the last folder when adding bookmark.
Whether to Cell Data
Select the shape of a given language keyboard (Azerty, Qwerty ,…)
Contact: Relation to a new contact
Spotlight: Search SMS
Provide an application from the AppStore
Spotlight: search with the name of the publisher.
Open a file with a dedicated application for mail
Wifi persistent even in standby
New on Nike +
Support for Braille voiceover
Accessibility: Alphabet Radio
Accessibility: Change your
New language for voice control: Danish.
New keyboard: Cangjie (Traditional Chinese)
New keyboard: Wubihua (Chinese Traditional and Simplified)
Change keyboard by holding down on the earth
Play video in portrait mode in YouTube
SMS icon on the failure message when sending an SMS
The iPod controls now in the Dock of multitasking
Locking the screen orientation
File Sharing on iTunes
Link to the calendar to create an event from an email by clicking on a word like “Tomorrow,” “Evening”, “Noon” …
Presence of a small + on iTunes as indicating that the application is compatible iPad
The icons have a transparent background, have a black background on the AppStore
If we digg through, we may find few more.. But, for now we will stop it here and will have you explore the new iOS 4.
To know more about iPhone Jailbreak, you can always follow us on twitter @machackpc and/or follow us on Buzz machackpc and/or join our facebook fanpage to keep yourself updated.
Articles you may be interested in
Unlock is confirmed for iOS 4 with baseband 05.13.04, including iPhone 4
Best Buy may sell some iPhone 4′s on launch day.
Jailbreak tool RedSn0w for iOS 4 got few more options added.
The banned iPhone 4 Promo Video [Humor]
iPhone 4 is loaded with 512 MB of RAM [Twice the iPad and iPhone 3GS] by macblog

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Posted by on 22/06/2010 in IT


iPhone4 price updata.

iphone4 AT&T*, the U.S. smartphone leader, today announced it will offer iPhone 4, the thinnest smartphone ever with all-new design, FaceTime video calling, Apple’s stunning new Retina display, 5 megapixel camera and HD video recording. iPhone 4 will be available for a suggested retail price of $199 for the 16GB model and $299 for the 32GB model, in company retail stores and online at, plus business channels, beginning June 24. Customers can preorder starting June 15.

To let current iPhone customers quickly upgrade to iPhone 4, AT&T will make its best pricing immediately available to any iPhone customer who would be upgrade eligible for a discounted device by the end of 2010. 

“This is another very exciting day for AT&T customers,” said Ralph de la Vega, president and CEO, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets. “By teaming with Apple to deliver an extraordinary device over the nation’s fastest 3G network, we’re enabling our customers to access their favorite social networks and favorite business applications.”

“We know that people are eager to get iPhone 4, which is why we moved up the upgrade eligibility date for current iPhone customers by up to six months. This move, combined with the new wireless data plans we announced last week, will make it more affordable for more people to purchase an iPhone and enjoy the benefits of the mobile Internet.”

In addition, a new iPhone 3GS 8GB for $99 will also be available on June 24.

iPhone 4 and the new iPhone 3GS 8GB will be available at a variety of attractive price points for customers:

New and “Upgrade Eligible” Customers
Early Upgrade
No Commitment

iPhone 4 16GB

iPhone 4 32GB

iPhone 3GS (8GB)

All new and current iPhone customers who are upgrade eligible, plus existing customers who choose to upgrade early must agree to a two-year term commitment, and select an eligible voice and data plan for iPhone. No Commitment pricing does not require a two-year term commitment, but does require both voice and data service.

AT&T will also offer current iPhone 3GS 16GB and 32GB models at new, lowered price points of $149 (16GB) and $199 (32GB), with a two year term commitment plus voice and data plans, while supplies last.

Existing iPhone customers eligible for an upgrade between today and the end of this year, have been made immediately eligible for AT&T’s best pricing for iPhone 4 with a new two-year term commitment.  Consumers can verify upgrade eligibility at today. Business customers can verify upgrade eligibility at AT&T’s Premier site,

Consumers may preorder iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS 8GB at AT&T retail stores or online at beginning June 15. Business customers can preorder through their AT&T sales representative or by visiting AT&T’s Premier site. For greater convenience and faster delivery, preorders can be shipped directly to a customer’s home or business for delivery as early as June 24. Customers can also have a preorder shipped to their local AT&T store for pick up on or after Friday, June 25.

AT&T stores will operate on a first-come, first-served basis, and will accommodate as many customers as possible.

Consumer Plans
AT&T customers can choose from several monthly plans that start as low as $54.99 per month for individual plans with voice and data. For families, customers can now add additional iPhones to their FamilyTalk account for as little as $24.99 per month, providing voice and data service. All iPhone plans include nationwide long distance and domestic roaming, Visual Voicemail, Rollover, and unlimited Mobile to Mobile calling.

Business Plans
Small business customers may qualify for AT&T BusinessTalk®, a shared minute plan specifically for small businesses. Companies can share up to 20,000 minutes per month among as many as 40 employees. In addition, business customers and employees of many businesses are eligible for discounted service rates. For more information, customers can contact an AT&T business account representative or visit

New Wireless Data Plans
iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS customers can choose one of AT&T’s new data plans: DataPlus, which provides 200MB for just $15, and DataPro which provides 2GB for just $25. Existing AT&T smartphone customers upgrading to iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS are not required to switch to a new plan, but can choose to do so. iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 3G customers can add tethering to AT&T DataPro for an additional $20 per month.

Each data plan includes unlimited Wi-Fi usage at more than 20,000 AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spots nationwide at no additional charge. AT&T will help customers monitor and manage wireless data usage by sending text messages and emails as customers begin to approach their usage limit, and by providing online tools, including an iPhone app that shows monthly usage information.

Currently, 98 percent of AT&T smartphone customers use less than 2 GB a month on average. More information on the new data plans can be found at

Additional news regarding iPhone 4 will be posted in the AT&T Media Newsroom at

For the complete array of AT&T offerings, visit For more information and detailed disclaimer information, please review this announcement in the AT&T newsroom at

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc. form AT&T

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Posted by on 16/06/2010 in IT

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