It's been five years since the release of the first iPhone OS, and a lot has changed with each subsequent release. Take a stroll down memory lane as I chart the changes with each new version.
Unless you are using a beta version of iOS 5, there isn't an easy way to change the e-mail alert tone on your iPhone. I found a way that doesn't cost anything or require you to jailbreak your phone.
Apple has released the latest update to iOS, now version 4.3.5, to address security flaws.
According to a report from karthikk.net, developers who have sold UDID slots to other developers who are not officially enrolled in Apple's iOS Developer Program are finding their accounts on the brink of being banned.
A new patch for Apple's iOS platform fixes security issues, while a supplementary update for a previous OS X Snow Leopard update resolves problems with transitioning to Lion.
Utilities Updates: Speed Download 4.1.9; launch2net 1.5.5; EarthDesk 4.0.1; iSync phone plugins 3.3.5; more
Utilities Updates: Path Finder 4.6; Net Monitor 4.3.5; x264 QuickTime Codec 1.1; iShrink 2.1; more
Utilities Updates: ClamXav 1.0.6; Net Monitor 4.3.6; ScreenRecycler 0.64; PatchBurn 4.0.2; more
Utilities Updates: Peek-a-Boo 2.5.1; ffmpegX 0.0.9w r5; BUGZERO 4.3.5; HoudahSpot 1.2.2; more
Utilities Updates: unArchive 0.1.1b; QuickTime FS 1.0; Quicksilver 1.0b34; Dust Bin 1.4; more