Apple has gone to great lengths to ensure that upgrading OS X is as painless as process as possible. When it comes to printer drivers, however, a little preliminary research can be the difference between a working peripheral and an expensive paperweig…
With its promise of bringing personal hot spot support to the iPhone and returning the orientation switch to the iPad, there’s good reason for people to be excited about the impending release of iOS 4.3. For those of us who refuse to wait for Apple to …
Apple hardware users looking to stick it to the man will have a song in their hearts this morning and skip all the way to work. Why, you ask? Well, the iPhone Dev Team has released the an updated version of Spirit–the spunky untethered jailbreak for iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch. According to ipodnn, the jailbreak client is available for both Mac and Windows and is said to work on all Apple handhelds using v3.1.2, v3.1.3 or v3.2 firmware.
Before you start hacking, just remember to read the fine print. While the jailbreaking process can be pretty straight forward, there’s not a whole lotta real estate between having a functioning “look what I can do” jailbroken device and a “look at what happened” Apple-branded paperweight.
If you’re keen to run Android on your iPhone 2G and see what, if anything, you’ve been missing out on, check out the video below.
The 70 terrifying steps to turn your iPhone into an ever-loving Android champ of a machine are laid out in the detailed video, and backed up by a written step-by-step tutorial provided by the good people at Android ALot.
Be forewarned, the installation, as alluded to in this article’s teaser, is not for the faint of heart. However, as OS 4.0 won’t be offered for the iPhone 2G, many of you out there still rocking an original iPhone might well consider the possibility of turning your iPhone into an expensive paperweight if it means having a chance to squeeze just a little more life out of the hardware.