People who have been regulars here may have noticed that the website is no longer updated. We went through a big phase and was seeing 400+ unique visitors a day at our peak which for a 1 man team I don’t think was to bad. Unfortunately the time has come where I no longer have the time to maintain the website and also I no longer have an iPhone which proves hard to stay up to date
If anyone wishes to contribute to the website I would be more than happy for now all I can say is thank you for the 3 years we have been around
It looks as thought we may very well see a new jailbreak very very soon with Joshua Hill, better known as p0sixninja breaking away from the chronic dev team and creating a jailbreak all by himself. This will be good news for everyone that has been waiting for the new jailbreak since the evasion jailbreak was patched.
He has given no release date but has confirmed that it is fully working, but for me why release now if we are possible going to see an iOS 7 withing the next few months and possibly an iPhone 5s?
This is quite impressive, a new app is coming to light called cycloramix 360 degree video which using just vibrations it allows the iPhone to spin round and take full video which would normally require expensive video equipment. The app is now availible on the app store and looks very cool indeed, the only thing I wish it could do is take a 360 degree photo rather than a video
We are currently looking for some new members of staff to come and be part of the iPhoneradar.co.uk team, we are looking for people to either write up to date news stories or just add reviews of apps that we can feature on the main page.
Email me a review or news story at firstname.lastname@example.org
We really need your help this time to keep this website going as we are now down to minimal staff and would appreciate some contributions to the blog!
As the above video shows we have been seeing many complaints around the blogging world about this particular iPhone 5 scrolling issue. You may think whats the big deal I am never going to do that on the screen but the real problems are for the developers. If they are designing an app that requires lots of fast movement which many of them do then they could be in for alot of problems. The people so far that have looked into this fault believe it could be a hardware issue, we hope not, we hope it is just something Apple could patch for us
Yesterday Apple had a much quieter event than usual to announce what we had all been hearing rumours of the new iPad mini. It has a 7.9 inch display and is just 7.2mm thin. The price is a bit higher than some had hoped. The new iPad mini starts at $329 for the Wi-Fi only, 16 GB model. This for me has crushed all hope of the iPad mini what with you being able to pick up Google Nexus for $199 I was looking to buy one on the same price.
It has the thin sides around the screen which we had projected with all the rumours and it runs the A5 chip which means for a small device it does pack some power, but for me what would make you buy one of these when for not much more money you could have a normal iPad with a larger screen
I feel as if I have been left almost a bit confused by this release and I do think to myself if Steve Jobs was still involved would we really be seeing this model at all?
Its all been a bit quiet on the iPod front with the release of the iPhone 5 and the downfall of iOS 6, well it does look like things are getting better and the new iPod is kind of looking pretty damn good
Have you been missing Google Street view from your iphone or ipad? I well it is now available on the Web version on Google maps and actually works really well
I am still a bit puzzled by Apples hate campaign to Google with the new ios6 update especially with the poor quality of apple maps. I’m sure we will see updates soon for the maps and they will be much improved but my question is what was wrong with Google maps when they have been making a good system for many years now?