Though it's not Apple's most exciting announcement of recent time, the Apple TV received a big a boost in specs last week. Now a teardown by a forum member at XBMC.org shows exactly what's changed.
The iPhone Dev team just released numbers for the Absinthe A5 jailbreak. According to the site, 953,232 new jailbreaks were recorded. That's a whole lotta hacking.
It’s not just Mac users who can now release the shackles of Apple’s grip on their iPhone 4S and iPad 2 – Windows users can now grab GreenPoins0n Absinthe and jailbreak their A5-packing iDevice.
9to5Mac's discovered what appears to be a nice new AppleTV hiding in the file system of the upcoming iOS 5 file system code.
Straight up: I'm a little disappointed with the new iPhone 4S. I was hoping for more. My expectations were higher. I wanted something extra special, largely because I've been waiting for it for So. Very. Long.
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