iPhone Hack: Changing the Camera Focus
[30-08-2008] - www.iPodPalace.com
Apple's iPhone and iPhone 3G include a fixed-focus camera, which is fine for most photos you might take with the combination iPod and smartphone, but not it you want to take close-up shots. Daniel Forsythe has a hack to change that, but only for the brave and daring iPhone owners [...]
Firmware hack allows any app on iPhone
[17-03-2008] - The New Zealand Herald
A team of iPhone hackers claim to have modified the new beta 2.0 firmware to make the must-have mobile work with any service provider, and run any application.
ZiPhone: jailbreak any version iPhone out of the box, including 1.1.4
[04-03-2008] - ZiPhone.org
iPhone hacker Zibri's just released a new app he's calling ZiPhone, which claims to jailbreak any version iPhone -- including new 1.1.4 phones right out of the box -- without messy downgrades and baseband changes.
Where to start from? Version 2.5c
How To Hack An iPhone
[08-02-2008] - CRN
Wireless Imports demonstrates how to adjust your iPhone to work on any GSM network.
Hack Turns iPhone Camera Into HD Camcorder
[14-12-2007] - Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes "Monsters and Friends has just released the beta of Drunknbass
, a new iPhone hack that allows the unit's camera to capture video. 'While the iPhone's 2.0 megapixel camera resolution [...]
AFP Hack Gives Read/Write Access to iPhone, iPod Touch
[12-11-2007] - Tuaw.com
An iPhone hacker, known as Core, has managed to finalize an AppleTalk Filing Protocol hack that enables full read/write access to either an iPhone, or iPod touch, via Finder. Unfortunately, the work has just been completed, and as yet, it is not available via Installer.app. If yo [...]
More than 100,000 iPhone owners break out of jail
[01-11-2007] - CNET
The release of an easy-to-install method of getting third-party applications onto the iPhone prompted about 144,000 downloads of the software in three days.
Revirginizer Tool Makes iPhone Firmware 1.1.1 Safe For Unlocked Phones
[25-10-2007] - MobileMag
So, you got yourself an Apple iPhone very early on. You enjoyed its multi-touch display and loved it even more when you could hack into the 1.0.2 firmware, unlocking the device for use with any GSM provider. And then, it happened. The evil 1.1.1 firmware arrived and death rained [...]
iPhone Hackers Flip Off Apple With Complete Brick Fix
[14-10-2007] - TechNewsWorld.com
Undaunted by Apple's recent firmware update for iPhone, which renders useless iPhones that were unlocked from the AT&T network, a company that sells unlocking software says its product can now restore the "bricked" devices.
The company, iphonesimfree, has new software that br [...]
iPod Touch Hacked to Run iPhone Third-Party Apps
[12-10-2007] - MobileMag
While the latest iPhone firmware seems to lock out most third party applications, the iPod Touch is seemingly all ready to go with all sorts of additional applications, including that awesome NES emulator.
iPodObserver - iPhone 1.1.1 One Step Closer to Jailbreak
[09-10-2007] - The Mac Observer
Apple's iPhone 1.1.1 is one step closer to opening up for third party apps now that the iPhone Dev Team has managed to implement a jailbreak on the smart phone. The unsupported hack allows only a subset of non-Apple applications to run, but developers are already hard at work exp [...]
Fully Working iPhone Hack For 1.1.1 Getting Closer
[09-10-2007] - InformationWeek
Many of our readers wrote in over the weekend to inform me that my post from Friday, "Apple iPhone Update 1.1.1 Has Been Hacked," was not completely accurate. The hack at the time only allowed access to file directories on the iPhone, and did not completely open the new upgra [...]
Infiltrating the iPhone
[08-10-2007] - Rocky Mountain News
Just before he went off to college, 17-year-old George Hotz, of New Jersey, successfully unlocked Apple's iPhone so it could be used on wireless networks other than exclusive provider AT&T. But it's Denverite Erica Sadun who could be the iPhone hacker extraordinaire.