Thursday, January 31, 2013

Release Your iPhone's Full Potential

If you are content with your iPhone's off the shelf capabilities read no further. . .  If you have ever sensed that there is more to your iPhone, if you have ever asked yourself "can my iPhone do more?" if you have ever sensed potential being held back -- then read on.

Apple release each model iPhone (and iPad) with a certain level of functionality.  The machines can do more, but for whatever reason, Apple holds them back.  To the rescue come app writers who look behind the electronic curtain, see the potential of the devices, and help you to exploit the full power of the devise ahead of Apple's schedule.

According to Wikipedia, jaibreaking is “the process of removing the limitations on Apple devices running the iOS operating system through the use of software and hardware exploits.”

Over at the Lawyerist.com Josh Camson writes a great article on jailbreaking the iPhone.  According to Josh
When you jailbreak your phone, you use one of those exploits to modify the operating system and gain access to all of the iPhone’s core programming. We’ll discuss why you would want to do that in a bit. But rest assured that jailbroken iPhones can still access iTunes and perform all the functions of any other iPhone.
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[T]here are many jailbreak apps that make the iPhone simply easier to use. For example, SBSettings lets you quickly toggle Bluetooth, WiFi, Vibrate, and many other features on and off with a simple swipe right from the home screen. LockInfo, a personal favorite, gives your lockscreen significantly more functionality. Like its competitor IntelliScreenX, LockInfo can display recent e-mails or texts, upcoming appointments, the weather, and stock prices right on the lock screen. It is reminiscent of the Blackberry’s “Today” view, and makes it much easier to see what you have going on at a glance. BiteSMS is a great alternative to the stock text message application. By setting up a hotkey, you can compose a message while in another app, without leaving that app. You can also reply to messages without leaving the current app.
If you are a bit of a tech adventurer, a jail break might be an option.  Check out Josh's artilce by clicking here.

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