Why No Flash on iPhone?


On April 29, 2010

Steve Jobs published a letter titled: Thoughts on Flash on Apple.com, explaining why no flash on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. Here are six short-explanations why Apple doesn’t officially support Adobe flash to be included in Apple’s Mobile Device by default:

How-to Check iPhone Production Week


On April 12, 2010

How-to Check iPhone Production Week iPhone and other Apple iDevices has 11 digits serial number, mixed both numbers and letters. Each device has a unique serial number and the format of serial number shoud looks like this: aabccdddeef where: aa = Factory and Machine ID b = Year cc = Production Week ddd = Unique […]

What is iReb


On February 19, 2010

iReb is a tool (created by iH8sn0w. ) for Windows® that will put your device into a pwned (jailbreakable) state so that you can upload custom firmware to it. How does it work?

What is Factory Unlocked iPhone


On November 10, 2009

FU (Factory Unlocked) iPhone is an iPhone which officially unlocked by Apple. This model is permanently unlocked. Neither software hack nor turbo-sim needed after restore/update iPhone firmware. You can use it as a phone anywhere there is a carrier that supports GSM or UMTS/HSDPA 3G format with any SIM-card. You don’t need to Unlock your […]

What Is Jailbreak iPhone And How Can It Benefit You?


On November 5, 2009

I personally define jailbreak iPhone is a process to remove restrictions on iPhone. Definition of jailbreak quoted from Wikipedia: Jailbreaking is a process that allows iPhone and iPod Touch users to run unofficial code on their devices bypassing Apple’s official distribution mechanism, the App Store. Once jailbroken, iPhone users are able to download many applications […]

What is iPhone Firmware


On November 3, 2009

What is iPhone Firmware? It basically software which is running on your iPhone and other Apple devices. The iPhone OS, known as OS X iPhone in its early history, is the operating system developed by Apple Inc. for the iPhone and iPod touch. Like Mac OS X, from which it was derived, it uses the […]

What is iPhone Baseband?



The general definition for baseband can be found on Wikipedia. The ‘baseband’ is the generic nickname given to the internal components of the iPhone that handle the phone calls and Internet access. This ‘baseband’ is a tiny and unique independent computer system that runs inside your iPhone, it is separate to the main system that […]

Internet Tethering on iPhone


On November 2, 2009

In short, tethering is using a mobile device as a modem. Tethering is using a mobile device to gain Internet access for another device (ie: your computer, laptop, pda, or other mobile device). It works by connecting a device that has Internet access, to another device that doesn’t have Internet access. This can be done […]

How to Connect iPhone to Wi-Fi Network


On October 25, 2009

By connecting your iPhone to Wi-Fi network, all Internet activities such as browsing, chat, or even download will be faster than using the cellular network. Even you can save your money when using free hotspot in most public places like airports, cafes, hotels, and so on. To join a wi-fi network, you simply do these […]

iPhone at a glance


On October 24, 2009

This is basic diagram for iPhone basic features such as Headset jack, Sleep/Wake button, SIM card tray, Camera, Receiver, Ring/Silent switcher, Volume buttons, Touchscreen, Home button, Dock connector, Microphone, Speaker.