Posts Tagged ‘trouser mac’

Posted in Blog on May 25, 2009

First drawing using Brushes.app on the iPhone

First drawing using Brushes, originally uploaded by Jeremy Johnstone. Today I spent most of the day catching up on my blog reading and I stumbled across an article about a guy using an iPhone app named Brushes to design this month’s cover of The New Yorker. Highly impressed by ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on December 12, 2007

“trouser mac”

A new geek term for the masses. Instead of calling the most kickass phone ever invented an “iPhone”, from now on it should be referred to as a “trouser mac”. Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on August 24, 2007

iPhone hacking just got a whole lot easier!

This evening I decided today would be the day I upgraded to 1.0.2. Despite a few hiccups with the restoration, the update proceeded and my iPhone was now running Apple’s latest and greatest release. Sadly, that also meant my iPhone was now pristine again without any of the apps I hav ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on August 5, 2007

Howto: Run custom apps on iPhone (Part #2)

In the first post of this howto, I talked you through getting full access to your iPhone and a basic SSH server running. If you haven’t read Part #1 yet, please do so before continuing here. In this post, we will actually get our toolchain setup as well as install a few more useful p ... Continue Reading

Posted in Blog on August 5, 2007

Howto: Run custom apps on iPhone (Part #1)

After getting numerous inquiries from coworkers and friends, decided to write a cohesive howto guide on getting custom apps on your iPhone. Yes, there are numerous sources of information all over the net, but I haven’t seen (keyword, I haven’t, maybe you have) a howto which cov ... Continue Reading