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Dev Team Release the new Pwnage tool 3.1.3 for MAC, which helps you to Jailbreak your iphone 3GS with Firmware 3.1, read the tutorial here. To Unlock your iPhone 3GS, first you have toJailbreak it. Once you have done this After that go to this Page and starting from Step-2 do all the steps and that will Unlock your iphone 3GS with Ultrasn0w. Read Also : Unlock iPhone 3GS Firmware 3.1 on Windows
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Top iPhone Tips and Tricks You Didn’t Know About



So do you have your iPhone in Canada yet? Well, if you do here are a list of iPhone tips and tricks that you may or may not know about! These have been compiled off the web, courtesy of the MacRumors forum, and Macworld. Some of these I didn’t even know about! Let’s get on with the show!
iPhone: To stop an incoming call from ringing, press the sleep / wake button. To send the call immediately to VoiceMail, press the sleep / wake button twice.
iPhone: The home button can be used to access unlocking instead of sleep wake.
iPhone: You can get on the internet DURING a call! You can only do this if your connected to a WIFI network (it wont work via edge), just hit the home key and click on Safari. Now your surfing while talking! The person on the other end can’t hear the keyboard clicks either!
iPhoto / Photos: Create an Album (folder) called iPhone Wallpaper and load up your favorite 320×480 wallpapers. This makes it very easy to pick a new wallpaper on your iPhone.
iPhone: How to make full screen contact pictures
1. browse to the contact and tap edit.
2. tap on the photo.
3. tap edit photo.
4. after it opens in fullscreen, tap set photo and save the contact.
Keyboard: The trick David Pogue mentions for entering a period (hold down the punctuation key and then slide to the period and release) will allow you to enter anything on the non-alpha keyboard and return to the alpha keyboard in one swipe.
Keyboard: When typing a text message, hold your finger over the text field and it will enable a small magnifying glass that lets you move back and forward through text and spaces.
Keyboard: To type in all caps, go to Settings>Keyboard and make sure ‘Enable Caps Lock’ is ON. Then when you’re typing a message, just double tap the cap key on the keyboard and it locks.
Keyboard: If you are writing something and the iPhone flags a word as misspelled that you know is not misspelled, cancel the correction 3 times and the word will be put into the dictionary. If you write a lot, this feature is quite useful!
Keyboard: Shortcuts
1. Type “welll” (3 L’s) and the iPhone will auto correct to “We’ll”
2. Type “Helll” (3 L’s) and the iPhone will auto correct to “He’ll”
3. Type “itsa” and the iPhone will auto correct to “It’s”
4. Type “weree” (2 E’s) and the iPhone will auto correct to “We’re”
(In general, repeating the last letter will tell us its a contraction. The “itsa” is an exception since it could go either way. Think “it’s a…” No need for jumping over to the secondary keyboard at all for the apostrophe.
Google Maps: Typing in the three letter airport code while in maps will bring the airport up on the map. So if you are trying to view a map of say Renton, WA. Typing SEA (or sea) will bring up the Seattle airport. It’s relatively quick to zoom out, recenter over Renton, and zoom in again. It seems to recognize all primary and secondary US airports and many overseas airports as well.
Google Maps: Tapping on the address in your contacts opens it up in Google maps.
Google Maps: A two finger tap in google maps zooms out. this doesn’t really work anywhere else. one finger tap to zoom in, two to zoom out.
Safari: When you’ve scrolled down to the bottom of a page, and you want to go back to the top- just tap on the top bar of the phone (where the Rogers or Fido and the time is) and the page jumps right back up to the beginning
Safari: To email a page to someone tap on the address bar. The Share button on the top left will create a message for you!
Safari: Page down. When not using a zoomed-in display, double-tap towards the bottom of the screen. The page will re-center around your tap. Make sure not to tap a link!
Safari: Zoom onto a single picture. Double-tapping images in Safari zooms them to fit your iPhone display. If the picture is linked to a URL, this can prove a little tricky but it works great for non-linked images. Double-tap again to return to the unzoomed display.
Safari: Zoom a column. You can zoom text columns as well as pictures. Double-tap on the column to fit it to the display. Double-tap again to return out of the zoom. Not only does Safari zoom block-quoted text independently of regular text but if you move your finger after the first double-tap-to-fit, it interprets the next double-tap as a re-center page command rather than a return-to-previous-zoom. Smart.
Safari: Stopping a scroll. After flicking a page to get it to scroll, you can tap the page at any time to stop that movement. Don’t forget, you can also manually drag the screen display to reset the part you’re viewing.
Safari: You can type a website address without adding the ‘.com’ just like on Safari on a Mac.
Safari: Examining the URL. To peek at a link’s destination, touch and hold the link for a few seconds. You can also do this with images to see if they are linked. If a link appears and you don’t want to activate it, just slide your finger away until the destination text disappears.
Safari: Well just point your iPhone browser to a Video on google video and choose download for iPod/PSP and you can watch it right there in safari. This also shows that you can also watch videosin the vertical position not just landscape.
Safari: Set up a bookmark at the top of Safari’s list (just below History, which can’t be moved) that points to “about:blank” (In fact “about:ANYTHING” works just as well, I’m not sure if there’s some keyword I can put in to get anything special.) Anyway, I use the bookmark to switch to a blank page once I’m done browsing.
This helps by stopping Safari from trying to reload the last page I visited when I switch to it next time, thereby saving some time when I try to bring up whichever site I want to go to next.
Safari: Manual zoom. This is probably one of the most-advertised Safari features (along with the flip-the-phone-on-its-side-trick) but it’s worth mentioning again. To zoom into a Safari page, put your thumb and forefinger on the screen and move them apart. To zoom out, pinch the fingers together after starting with them apart.
iPod: When you’re listening to the iPod and u put your iPhone to sleep you can still use the volume rocker switches to change your iPod’s volume
Miscellaneous Tips:
Force Quit: To actually close (or Quit) an application, HOLD the Home button for about 4-8 seconds while in the application. Apparently this will save battery usage and will also keep it cooler.
stocks widget: If you touch the green/red boxes outlining the +/- movement of the stocks, it changes to displaying the %.
Screen: Something I’m doing right now. In order to use Safari horizontal without having the screen rotate, turn the iPhone counterclockwise with the home button towards the sky. Then simply lie on your right side and surf.


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Apple to Replace Entire iPads for Batteries–What About iPhones?

Sibling site iPadinCanada.ca recently coveredhow Apple’s latest iPad has a new battery replacement policy. This policy will cost iPad owners $99 plus shipping to get their batteriesreplaced. But here’s the catch: Apple will replace the entire iPad (new or refurbished, we don’t know yet) instead of just swapping out the battery!

This differs from the existing iPhone battery replacement program that will only replace your iPhone battery. Now, for those who care about keeping their original device, the iPhone program is great. But if you’re an iPad owner and your battery dies, you can just get an entire replacement iPad.

What policy is better? Take a look at them below:

iPad:

“If your iPad requires service due to the battery’s diminished ability to hold an electrical charge, Apple will replace your iPad for a service fee.”

iPhone:

“If your iPhone requires service only because the battery’s ability to hold an electrical charge has diminished, Apple will service your iPhone for a service fee.”

What do you think? There are still unanswered questions as to what kind of iPad you will be getting, new or refurbed. Would you want a new replacement iPhone or just your battery swapped?

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PayPal iPhone App Revamped–Now With Bump

For those of you who use the PayPal iPhone app, you will be pleased to know that the app just received a major update. The interface has been revamped and new features have been added, including the ability to use the Bump iPhone app to send payments.

Here’s the description on the latest update:

PayPal’s mobile money application is
the faster way to send money with your iPhone® to friends and family anytime, anywhere. It’s much easier than going to the ATM to withdraw
cash, writing checks, and sending gifts the traditional way. And you can manage your PayPal account right from your mobile device. All of this with the security and protection you get from PayPal.

What’s New In This Version:
+ Brand new look and feel!
+ Bump: Easily start by bumping iPhones.
+ Withdraw funds from your PayPal balance.
+ Request Money:
Get paid faster, it’s the easy way to ask for the money you are owed.
+ Split the Check: Instantly split the bill, calculate tip, and request everyone’s share.
+ Collect Money: Ask for contributions from a group for an event,
gift, or cause.
+ Set Reminders: Never miss rent or a bill.
+ Refer the app to a friend

The new update looks really nice and retains the clean interface. It adds more features than before and is easy to use. Not sure how often I’d be using the Bump functionality but it’s a great addition for existing Bump users. The PayPal app is free in the App Store.

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Unlock iPhone 3G 3.1.3 - Unlock iPhone 3Gs 3.1.3 (David Lim, Auckland)




Feb 07, 2010 via COMTEX -- iPhone Unlocking Ltd, within just days of the release of the latest firmware version 3.1.3 from Apple, have produced an innovative unlocking application which will enable all iPhone owners to free the network restriction caused by the latest 3.1.3 update.



The 3G iPhone is fast becoming more and more popular as prices are starting to fall. The major downfall is the limited number of networks that are available and the expensive price plans. Several iPhone Unlocking services state that they can Unlock iPhone 3G 3.1.3 (http://www.iphoneunlocking.com) and Unlock iPhone 3Gs 3.1.3 but we have tested their solutions and they have proven very unreliable.

iPhone Unlocking Ltd were formed in mid 2007 around the time of the iPhones initial launch, and have successfully unlocked over 1 million iPhones worldwide. This is unparallelled by any other service in the industry. They have achieved this by combining a very simple solution with a fantastic customer service department that are available 24/7 through many forms of contact including telephone.

The iPhone itself is packed with a wide assortment of features and functions, but it is typically only available on expensive price plans and predetermined networks. This has created anger within the iPhone community as it is believed that the customer deserves the freedom to select their own network provider and price plan.

The wonderful feature of the iPhone Unlocking Software is that upon unlocking your iPhone you will not loose any of the great features and functionality of the iPhone. This provides the iPhone user absolute freedom over network choice and still have a complete fully functioning device.

The Unlock iPhone 3G 3.1.3 and Unlock iPhone 3Gs 3.1.3 (http://www.iphoneunlocking.com) software comes with a full 30 day money back guarantee, lifetime updates and most important of all, lifetime support. If you require first class service at an affordable price, there is only one simple choice you have to make.

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