Complete Guide to Unlock iPhone 4 Baseband 04.11.08 [Software iPhone 4 Unlock]

Finally I found the unlock for iPhone 4 on baseband 04.11.08 that could work. You can try it on your iPhone while following my guide. There are a lot unlocks for iPhone 4 and are not esay to perform. In this case you need detailed step-by-step tutorial on how to unlock iPhone 4 baseband 04.11.08 runing iOS 5.0.1 using SAM unlock method.

Now I’m going to describe how this easy steps should worked, but you have to try several times to get this unlock method works. This 04.11.08 baseband unlock method was discovered by Hamzah Akram developer. Here is what he said about this unlock:


React0r Unlock for iPhone 4 Baseband 04.11.08 On iOS 5.0.1

An unknown hacker @hamzah_akram about which we haven’t heard until today seems to be working on an unlock for baseband 04.11.08 for iPhone 4 running the latest iOS 5.0.1. This baseband software iPhone unlock doesn’t looks fake to many of us, because Hamzah doesn’t require any donations as well as the iPhone 4 unlock package will be available in the form of DEB package on Cydia. Here is what Hamzah has commented on React0r release.

Update: use our guide on how to unlock iPhone 4 baseband 04.11.08 on iOS 5.0.1 using Reactor.


iPhone 4 Baseband 04.11.08 unlock by React0r [Rumor]

Great news about Unlock iPhone 4 on baseband 04.11.08 exploits. A developer by the name of Hamzah Akram is currently working hard to bring stable iPhone 4 software unlock exploit for baseband 4.11.08. He has successfully ported his code into a program called React0r. We hope his unlock software will help our readers, who has upgraded their iPhone 4 to iOS 5.0 in a result they lost their unlocks. But some of them were lucky enough to lower their bands are included in 04.11.08 to 04.10.0 baseband. Update: Here is our guide to unlock 04.11.08 baseband on iPhone 4 using Reactor unlock.


iPhone NCK Code unlock by Geohot NCKBF [Source Code]

You all know Geohot,  famous iPhone hacker from USA. Here is the only person who provide us with theoretical iPhone NCK brute force exploit, together with his multithreaded NCK brute forcer. NCKBF program could also do around 100,000 keys per second which would produce a hit in many years or complete a search in 317 years, using the only computer.


iPhone Repository Editor v.2.00 for Windows [Download]

Repository Editor v.2.00 for iPhone is one of the best Microsoft Windows program, that lets your create or modify and download all of the repositories including the actual zip format files. Also you can create a repo that added a bunch of other sources using iPhone Repository Editor v.2.00. You can use our guide on how to install and use iPhone Repository Editor v.2.00. Create and host your own repository. Import existing repositories (sources).


How to Create or Edit iPhone Repository using iPhone Repository Editor v.2.00

This guide will show you how to create and host your own repository or create iPhone repository and import existing sources from other repository, by using iPhone Repository Editor v.2.00. The benefit of using this software is you don’t have to install any Linux OS. All techy work with repository could be done using any version of Microsoft Windows. 


iPhone Unlock Brute Force NCK is Impossible?

In the past few days, there are many people talking about coming iPhone NCK exploit by brute force Network Control Key, this accutane treatments was possible given the NCK’s length is short. But according to the latest discovery by George Hotz:


iPad 3 is Confirmed to Have 2048×1536 Retina Display

During the last few months there has been much talk about the next Apple’s device, especially about its retina display. And a number of pictures of displays said to be for the iPad 3 have appeared from different sources.

Such parts leaks are normal with the device’s predicted release early next month. While reports have stated that these displays are high-resolution “Retina” displays, there’s been no real proof of these statements up to now.

One of the popular websites has got hold of one of the iPad 3 retina display and look at it under a microscope in order to see whether it is really an ultra-high resolution Retina display.

As expected, physically, the supposed iPad 3 retina display is exactly the same size as the existing iPad 1 and iPad 2 display at 9.7″ in diagonal, and looks very much the same to the naked eye.

ipad_3_retina display

But, when they compared the iPad 3 retina display to one from an iPad 2 under a microscope, the real difference in resolutions gets readily clear, with the iPad 3 display’s pixels appearing to be one-quarter the size of those found on the iPad 2.

Due to the fact that we just had a raw iPad 3 display without any method to power it, taking high quality pictures of the pixels was really difficult. Nevertheless, even with the somewhat poor lighting, it is simple to make out the pixels on each display (made up of green, red and blue elements).

They highlighted a cluster of 4 pixels (2×2) from the iPad 2 in order to compare it to the same area on the iPad 3. On the iPad 3, the same cluster was occupied by 16 pixels (4×4) – just twice the resolution in each direction.

Certainly, with the Retina display now a cert, attention will turn to additional features – such as the camera – which will probably be improved to go with the new display. Rumours and leaks have suggested either the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S camera will be used, but even if this does not become the case, one would believe the Apple will give its tablet users a true reason to frequent the numerous image social networks floating around.

The release of iPad 3 with retina display is expected on March 7th – just one week time, and I’m sure you can’t wait for the grand unveiling!


Will Siri Support Japanese and Russian Languages?

According to the most asked questions on Apple’s website is wlll the Apple Voice Assistant support Japanese and Russian languages in iOS 5.0.1. Here is the definition of Siri:

Siri – iPhone 4S’ personal assistant feature can currently understand and speak in English (United States, United Kingdom, Australia), French (France), German (Germany). 

However, folks around the world noticed that when you ask Siri what languages it supports. It claims it also knows Japanese and advises you to change the language it is using by going to Siri Settings. But as you can see in the screen shot below, Japanese is not available as an option in Siri settings.