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Although MuscleNerd said it could be done it can’t. The Jailbreak is tethered but Apple has added a crash loop meaning whenever you try to launch an application it automatically crashes. So until there is a fix for this stay away from the jailbreak. We will be updating everyone once it’s back up!
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iPhoneIslam that hacked the iPhone 3GS to allow for Facetime claim they have brought texting and calling to the iPad 3G (all iPad 3G models) for a cost of $20. Of course you must have a jailbroken iPad running iOS 4.3.3 to acces Cydia to install PhoneIt.
View our tutorial on how to jailbreak your iPad on iOS 4.3.3 here
The long wait is over, you can now unlock your iPhone 4. Chinese based Gevey has created a SIM that will work for iOS version 4.1, 4.2, 4.2.1, 4.3, 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3 with baseband 1.59, 2.10, 3.10.1, 4.10.1 using Gevey’s Sim Interposer.
The method has been available since March however there were many compatibility issues. The new Gevey Pro (default when you order) brings a lot of enhancements to the table.
How it works
You have to insert the “Turbo SIM” in your iPhone 4 and make call on 112, an emergency call number that can be called from any GSM phone, free of charge, with or without a SIM card on any compliant network. Once the call connects, just hang up the call and then toggle Airport mode on and off one to two times. When the network connection resumes you will be unlocked. You will have to repeat the process whenever you restart your phone.
Gevey’s official retailer is applenberry.
Official Gevey Video
Well here we have it, the first facial recognition app for the iPhone 4. I have to say I’ve tried it and I’d rather stick with the lock code method but I’m sure there are many people out there that will just love this application. This is only available on a jailbroken phone, if you are not jailbroken don’t worry! Jailbreak instructions are at the bottom of this post.
RecognizeMe is the first ever Facial Recognition for iOS. It works with all iOS 4.x+, and sits on the passcode lock screen. RecognizeMe uses the Front Facing camera on the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th Gen (will also work with the iPad 2 whenever a jailbreak is found!) To set up the application for facial recognition you simply train using the included App, making sure to have even light on your face, configure a lockscreen passcode, and you’re good to go! Threshold for verification is adjustable to allow for more or less strict verification, and you can add/remove biometric sets at any time.
Here is a video to see it in action
Jailbreak your iOS (select your iOS version)
Don’t know what version you are running? To locate this information navigate to Settings -> General -> About and your iOS version will be present in the list.