OmniVision, known for producing out-of-the-box digital imaging solutions, supplied Apple with the back camera sensor for iPhone 4. The California based company has recently produced new sensors called OV12825 for the cameras of upcoming smartphones.
The White iPhone has waited ages to see the light but we’re hearing it’s finally coming and this time it’s for real, well almost. Last week, Apple confirmed to the WSJ that the White iPhone 4 shall be launched this spring. While spring is a larger span of time, new reports suggest that white iPhone 4 will arrive this month.
Just a quick heads-up: TinyUmbrella is now updated to support 4.3.2 / 4.2.7 iOS versions. To save your SHSH via APPLE instead of CYDIA (the default) go into Advanced options and UNCHECK the box that clearly says: “Request SHSH From Cydia” then click ‘Apply Changes’ then select your device then click ‘Save SHSH’. NOTE: it looks like Cydia is giving up the ghost …
In a clever art project, Viktor Hertz re-fashioned logos of popular companies and flipped into something a little more…honest. He says the honest logos reveal the content of each company instead of what’s hidden behind the branding. I think it’s hilariously brilliant. See more after the jump and at Honest Logos. http://designerscouch.org/view-design/Honest-logos-23220
Flash has been a thorn in Apple’s side ever since the first iPhone shipped almost 4 years ago. While users have grown accustomed to their iOS devices not being able to display Flash content, it’s unfortunate that Apple and Adobe have not been able to reach some sort of compromise before now.
Just quick update for everybody! i0nic recently tweeted that his untether has not been patched in 4.3.2. This is GREAT news in the world of jailbreaks and should spell out the arrival of the 4.3.1-4.3.2 untethered jailbreak VERY soon! Stay tuned for more updates! Here is a screenshot of i0nic’s tweet:
Just a few days ago Cisco decided to kill the Flip Camera. This was supposedly due to the overwhelming amount of smartphones coming out that have great cameras built into them. However it now appears that the flip was killed due to Cisco’s pure incompetence. A new camera called FlipLife was scheduled to be announced THE DAY AFTER Cisco discontinued …