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Chronic Dev-Team is Working on Their Own Untether for iOS 4.2.1 Jailbreak Chronic Dev-Team is Working on Their Own Untether for iOS 4.2.1 Jailbreak(0)

The Chronic Dev-Team is working on their own untether for the iOS 4.2.1 jailbreak that will not require iOS4.2b3 SHSH blobs, according to tweets made today by p0sixninja.

A lot of people are saying another tethered jailbreak is pointless, I agree. Focusing on getting untethered before release

@p0sixninja I assume you are talking about Greenpois0n? Are you implementing Musclenerd’s untether or do you have your own?

@tahu363 we’re implementing our own

@p0sixninja I’m assuming “your own” will require 4.2b3 shsh? And thanks for your guys work!

@Capsfanchad lol no

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Verizon iPhone to Debut With Unlimited Data Plan Verizon iPhone to Debut With Unlimited Data Plan(0)

The WSJ is reporting that the Verizon iPhone will debut with an unlimited data on Tuesday.

Verizon Wireless, the country’s largest wireless carrier, is confident enough in its network that it will offer unlimited data-use plans when it starts selling the iPhone around the end of this month, a person familiar with the matter said. Such plans would provide a key means of distinguishing its service from rival AT&T Inc., which limits how much Internet data such as videos and photos its customers may use each month.

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Apple to Drop Restocking Fees at Retail Stores? Apple to Drop Restocking Fees at Retail Stores?(0)

Apple will reportedly drop its restocking fees for merchandise returned to its retail stores starting on Tuesday, according to 9to5Mac.

Typically, when you return an opened product to an Apple Store you will be charged a 10% restocking fee. Well, come Tuesday, this will all be in the past as Apple is cutting restocking fees from their retail chain. We’ll have to see how Apple deals with people trying to return their scratched up iPods and what the policy with iPhones will be.

9to5Mac hasn’t said where they’ve obtained this information from. We’ll update you as more details become available.

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iPhone Dev-Team Updates RedSn0w to Fix Bluetooth Issues With Untether iPhone Dev-Team Updates RedSn0w to Fix Bluetooth Issues With Untether(0)

The iPhone Dev-Team has updated RedSn0w to fix Bluetooth issues with the ‘Backup Plan’ untether.

The fifth beta is now available (testers ONLY please!). Bluetooth is now working (and any sandbox-related issues should be resolved too). Please do not pirate the 4.2b3 IPSW! Only those enrolled in the iPhone Developer program have legitimate access to that IPSW.

There is actually a Windows version of beta5, but it’s excruciatingly slow compared to the Mac version because it’s forced to use files on your hard drive instead of RAM while it’s processing the very large IPSW images. It really is very very painfully slow, so we probably won’t be releasing it for testing purposes unless it can be sped up somehow.
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Verizon iPhone will Launch on February 3rd? Verizon iPhone will Launch on February 3rd?(0)

BGR has confirmed with a source close to Apple that employee vacation requests between February 3rd and February 6th are blocked.

Back in June of last year, Apple picked the dates of 24th to the 27th for its iPhone 4 weekend launch — also a Thursday through Sunday. In addition, Verizon Wireless typically launches new devices on Thursdays. While BGR has not yet confirmed that the Verizon iPhone is the device we’ll see debut on the 3rd, the timing lines up very well with previous reports; no other Apple products have been rumored to be launching in this time frame.

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Design Drawings of the Next Generation iPhone 5? Design Drawings of the Next Generation iPhone 5?(0)

Apple.pro has posted design drawings of what may be the next generation iPhone. The drawings were reportedly obtained from Foxconn.

Earlier this week GlobalDirectParts posted an almost six minute long video showcasing what they believe to be parts from the iPhone 5. Apple has since forced YouTube to remove the video. Read More

Orbotix Robotic Ball Sphero Controlled from iPhone Orbotix Robotic Ball Sphero Controlled from iPhone(0)

At CES, Orbotix showcased a prototype robotic ball that is controlled using your iPhone or iPod Touch. The product, called Sphero, is still about 6 months away from the market. The device connects to your iPhone over Bluetooth using a free downloadable app. At CES they were able to demonstrate early models. They look to sell the Sphero for under $100.

Sphero is actually designed for a robotic platform. Orbotix hopes that developers will write their own games using Sphero. The company is working on an API to open up to iOS developers and believes different variants of games such Read More

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