Almost 150,000 iPhone Owners Jailbreak with One Step "AppSnapp"

A few days ago we told you about AppSnapp, a single-step process for jailbreaking iPhones running firware version 1.1.1 that doesn't require a PC and improves the overall security of your iPhone. With all that going for it, it comes as no surprise that AppSnapp was, to say the least, very well received by the iPhone community.

According to iPhoneAtlas, in the three days that have elapsed since AppSnapp was released and made available to iPhone users via jailbreakme.com, almost 150,000 users have used

AppSnapp Offers One Step Jailbreak of 1.1.1 iPhones and iPod Touch

The last week or two has seen releases or updates to many popular GUI applications which let you jailbreak an iPhone running firmware version 1.1.1 in a semi-automated fashion. Unfortunately, all of these required multiple steps and a good deal of user interaction. Consider that burden a thing of the past. With the recent release of AppSnapp, owners of iPhones running firmware 1.1.1 can now jailbreak their iPhone and be ready to install third party applications in a single step.

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As if that wasn't enough, there's more. AppSnapp runs entirely on the iPhone. There's no need to connect

Accessory Offers A2DP Bluetooth on the Apple iPhone

One of the still outstanding "head scratchers" regarding the Apple iPhone is the continued lack of support for the A2DP Bluetooth profile. Considering the iPhone's roots are in the iPod, a stereo music player, it is quite astounding that as we sit here already up to iPhone firmware 1.1.1, there is still no native support for A2DP. The good news is that this doesn't mean A2DP is unavailable to iPhone users.

For those of you unfamiliar with A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), A2DP is a Bluetooth profile that allows for the wireless transmission of stereo audio from a source (i.e. a phone or computer) to an A2DP receiver (a set of Bluetooth headphones or stereo system).

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Back to the good news. Though the iPhone itself does not support A2DP directly (at this time), all iPhone owners can still

Get the New Leopard "Space" Wallpaper for your iPhone

Many of you are already using SummerBoard and it's accompanying theme "Leopard." While one of our favorite themes, the SummerBoard Leopard theme actually uses outdated wallpaper. If you'd like to update your iPhone Leopard look, read on.

You'll also find a link for the full size Leopard Aurora wallpaper at the end of this article.

An iPhoneFAQ forum member, trumac, recently added an iPhone-sized version of the Leopard wallpaper to our

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