Archive for July, 2011

Steve Jobs now has more cash than the Uncle SAM (U.S. government)

July 29th, 2011 by shaikhzaid under iPhone

According to Financial Post reports, Apple is now more liquid than US Govt.

The U.S. Treasury Department said on Thursday that Washington now has a total operating balance of only US$73.768-billion.Meanwhile, Apple currently boasts a cash reserve of US$75.876-billion, as of its most recent quarterly earnings report at the end of June.

iPhone: Save iOS 4.3.4, iOS 4.3.5 SHSH blobs with iFaith 1.2.1

July 29th, 2011 by shaikhzaid under iPhone

iH8sn0w released iFaith version 1.2.1 today. You can now dump 4.3.4 and iOS 4.3.5 SHSH blobs. The other supported devices are:

  • iPhone 3G[S]
  • iPhone 4
  • iPod Touch 2G
  • iPod Touch 3G
  • iPod Touch 4
  • iPad 1G
  • Apple TV 2

– iFaith v1.2.1 Release Notes:

– Added iPod Touch 2G Dumping capability (MC-Model users recommened)
– IPSW Creation for iPod Touch 2G is still a work in progress.
– Fixed exe compression issues (resulting in many DFU loops on IPSW creation).
– Fixed any Windows XP issues.
– Source code coming soon to a github near you! 🙂
– It is currently not possible to add iPad 2 support.

Now available at: http://iH8sn0w.com

 

 

iPhone: Copy SIM contacts to iPhone

July 28th, 2011 by shaikhzaid under iPhone

Copying from SIM to iPhone

  1. Go to Settings -> Mail, Contact, Calendars
  2. Scroll down to bottom
  3. Select “Import SIM Contact”

 

It takes a while to import, so be patient.

There is no need to download any application for this. However, if you want to transfer your contacts to another SIM follow these steps.

Transfer Contacts from iPhone to another SIM.

  1. Sync your iPhone with iTunes.

You must ensure that the contacts sync is enabled in iTunes. Select your phone in iTunes left pane and click info and verify that Sync Contact with is checked and Outlook is selected in the dropdown.

  1. All the contacts are now available in your outlook address book and you can sync these contacts to any other phone or SIM.