The US Copyright Office in 2010, stated Jailbreaking iOS devices is legal. Now this exemption is running out. I would like to hear what you think about rooting or jailbreaking. I'm doing some research of my own and want any information, whether you oppose Jailbreaking/Rooting or you're in favor, I want to know. Please be as detailed as possible when replying, so that your comment is not misconstrued.
I snagged it this morning, but haven't yet had a chance to check it out. Will post impressions later!
My iPhone 3gs can't update past 4.2.1, the popup keep informing me that I have the latest version.
I've fully updated my iTunes to 10.5 but it still won't update.
What do I do?
I don't have AppleCare, so the "helpful" advice from help desk of calling them, won't work.
Please anyone, I'm missing out on so many things!
So I have experienced this multiple times, and only now am I looking into it. I still use my iPhone 3GS 16GB. If I am in my office and utilizing the wifi, sometimes I can get a SMS or MMS out. Does anyone else experience this?
This is a bit of a random question, but after seeing this over at engadget: http://www.strapya-world.com/products/45835.html I just had to ask: What is the worst case for an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad that you have seen or used?
How many people here think that Apple will give the iPhone 3GS all the features from iOS 5? Given how Apple shafted the iPhone 3G owners when iOS 4 came out last year, I wouldn't be too surprised if they gave only a subset of features to the 3GS from the new OS. For the sake of discussion, if Apple were to provide selective features, which feature do you think would get the cut and which would survive?