Pod2g App Store App Releases Tomorrow

Without a doubt, Pod2g is a pretty busy man. He is known for having developed the iOS 5.1.1 untethered jailbreak and was also the one to bring attention to how closed iOS is.  That said, these projects are not the only thing keeping Pod2g busy as he has finally finished his first application submitted for App Store approval.

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iH8sn0w Updates ‘f0recast’ Tool, Adding New Features

News on jailbreaking has been somewhat dormant lately, as Apple continues to seed multiple versions of iOS 6. Legendary iOS hackers MuscleNerd, pod2g, planetbeing and others have potentially found a jailbreak exploit as of October, although they still refer to it as a failbreak at this point because of its various flaws.

However, while these famous iOS hackers work very hard to get a jailbreak out for the public, hacker and developer iH8sn0w has gone ahead and updated his ‘f0recast’ tool, which detects if a particular device can be jailbroken or unlocked. The program is essentially a jailbreak status tool for those that are waiting patiently to exploit their devices.  (more…)

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Taking a Closer Look at the iWork Suite for iPhone, iPod touch

Earlier today, in a rather surprising move, Apple released the iWork suite for the iPhone and iPod touch. It certainly wasn’t an expected announcement from the folks at Cupertino, especially considering the fact that the upcoming WWDC 2011 is set to be focused on upcoming software such as iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion. Nevertheless, the iWork suite consisting of the Pages, Keynote, and Numbers apps are now available on the iPhone and iPod touch for $9.99 each. iWork originally made its iOS debut on the iPad last January; those that purchased any of the three iWork apps for iPad can download the new iPhone and iPod touch counterpart for free from the App Store. Here’s a rundown of what you can expect from each app:

Keynote

I would still recommend using a Mac if you’re going to be creating a full-fledged presentation, but this mobile version of Keynote does pack some punch. It’s really easy to make a presentation with the drag-and-drop interface that the multi-touch screen delivers. You begin by naming your presentation and choosing from a variety of different backgrounds to use for your slides. There are your basic controls for adding text boxes, images from your device’s camera roll, tables, charts, and shapes. At this time, there is no way to import video into Keynote.

A closer look at Pages and Numbers as well as several screenshots can be found after the break!

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