Here’s A DIY Way To Amplify Your iPhone Speakers At No Cost http://www.businessinsider.com/diy-iphone-speakers-pinterest-goradio-apple-itunes-2012-4
1Password 3.6.5 for iOS is out with PBKDF2 goodness! http://blog.agilebits.com/2012/04/09/1password-ios-pbkdf2-goodness/
The best way to unlock your AT&T iPhone may be through Tim Cook’s office http://9to5mac.com/2012/04/03/the-best-way-to-unlock-your-att-iphone-may-be-through-tim-cooks-office/ — Data recovery doesn’t have to be expensive! Affordable Hard Drive Recovery & Mac Broken Screen Repair Service
How Apple and Google help police bypass iPhone, Android lock screens http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-57408370-281/how-apple-and-google-help-police-bypass-iphone-android-lock-screens/ via: Affordable Hard Drive Recovery & Apple Broken Display Service
Apple Inc. is 36 Years Old Today http://www.ifans.com/blog/44243/ Affordable Data RecoveryMac Broken Display Repair
Opinion: Why does everyone pick on Apple products? http://www.digitaltrends.com/apple/opinion-why-does-everyone-pick-on-apple-products/ Affordable Data Recovery
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There a new free service in town from the gang that brought us Spoofcard, it’s called Trapcall. Trapcall comes in three flavors; Fly Trap (two features), Mouse Trap (more features), Bear Trap (all eight features). The most basic plan, Fly Trap, unblocks restricted phone numbers and provides a blacklist for unwanted callers — for free. […]
Have you ever needed to connect to your iPhone when you don’t have a wireless network available? Probably not, but I had to a few weeks ago, here’s why: While on vacation I took a video using Cycorder on my iPhone. I needed to move the video to my MacBook to edit and upload it […]
Thanks to the WPtouch iPhone Theme, visiting corewerkz.com on your iPhone now looks better than ever (and loads faster!):
If you’ve got a jailbroken iPhone (which, btw, is now possible with firmware 2.2) you can easily control it from your Mac (or PC). Check it out: What does this mean? How do you do it?
MacDailyNews reported today that the iPhone Passcode Lock screen on the iPhone can be easily bypassed, allowing access to your Contacts, E-mail, Texts, etc. The problem is only introduced if you have the Home Button Double-Click setting set to Favorites (Settings > General > Home Button). So if you use the Passcode Lock (below, left) […]
In the past, I’ve tried both aluminum foil and cigarette foil paper to block the iPhone’s GSM/Data interference from entering my car speakers (also notorious with computer speakers). Both worked okay, blocking most, but not all, of the speaker noise (I’d say about 80% was blocked). Recently, I found a solution that blocks 99% of […]
Learn some tips to increase battery life on your iPhone at http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2008/08/the-art-of-ipho.html. Nothing super secretive here, but great knowledge for new iPhone users. The only thing I’d add to his guide is using BossPrefs (for jailbroken iPhones) to quickly enable and disable things like Edge, Wifi, and Bluetooth, rather than navigating through the menus. I […]
I just stumbled upon a method for moving contacts (Address Book), calendar events (iCal), and bookmarks (Safari) from your iPhone to Mac. This will be useful if your hard drive died, computer was stolen or lost, or if you’re moving from a PC to a Mac (i.e. your iPhone was previous synced with a PC […]
Fresh Apps is a brief summary of the most interesting applications I’ve recently discovered Mac Applications • Jott (free) Call 866-JOTT-123, speak a message to yourself or friend; message is converted into text and e-mailed, texted, set as a reminder with alarm, or added to a list, and updated on your Jott site including original […]
Sick of only being able to move iPhone icons one screen at a time? Wish you could move an icon from the first page to the last page of your iPhone without having to stop on every page? This may be common knowledge, may not be — personally, I was very excited when I discovered […]
Long time readers may remember my second post on corewerkz: How to prevent iPhone audio interference in speakers. Basically, I used aluminum foil to block the GSM cell-phone signals from getting into my car speakers (or computer speakers). Although this solution kept the noise out of the speakers, and didn’t seem to effect cell signal, […]
Update: I think the new firmware from pwnage was also causing problems… now i’m restoring again and going back to the ziphone jailbreak, which was very stable before customize 2 (below). A word of caution to anyone else out there with the hacked iPhone: Don’t disable SMBprefs from within Customize 2.0b9 (the newest version right […]
Page 2 on my iPhone is devoted to less frequently used applications. I typically use these applications less then the ones on the first page, but they are still crucial, see why…
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