Pictured above is an iPhone 5c running a jailbroken version of iOS 7.1.1 tweeted by @i0n1c. He also recently posted a youtube video demonstrating a jailbroken iPhone 4 with iOS 7.1.1. Will Sunday truly be funday? Possibly not as @i0nic is well known for doing such things purely for attention or profit. But only time will tell. Stay tuned to this blog for further updates. Below is the demonstration video.
Available for iPhone 4/4S by 86hero is the Captain America iPhone case. To look at the case one could think the back plate is brushed aluminum but holding it tells a different story. The case is 100% durable plastic. The case itself is 3 pieces, a top and bottom frame that fits together and the hard plastic back plate. The case adds 0 weight to the phone. The only downside is the iPhone will no longer sit flat on any surface with this case on, unless that bothers you it should not be a problem. 86hero payed amazing attention to detail with the Captain America shield and logo. Any fan of the Captain America franchise must definitely pick up this case.
I have just recently had the pleasure of purchasing one of these cases and I somewhat enjoy it. I say “somewhat” because unless I have a defective case the battery doesn’t maintain a charge as long as quoted. Also, mine takes longer to charge than they hour the packaging says it does. Along the side are four blue lights that are said to indicate battery percentage. On mine, immediately after removing charging cable the 1% indicator lights up, yet the case continues to. Barge for roughly 5 hours. The case is a great idea if you happen to grab one that works. Included along with the case is a standard USB cable for charging and syncing.
By Daniel Waldron
The Incipio feather ultralight hard shell case available for iPhone 4 and 4S is just what you’d expect. If you remember or owned a Case-Mate “Barely There” case for previous gen iPhones, then you’ll like this case. It’s ultra thin and light weight. While its not gonna prevent your iphone from shattering should you drop it but it will prevent scratches on the back of the iPhone. Remember that while the iPhone 4/4S glass itself is scratch proof, the oleophobic coating isn’t. This is a recommended buy for those that want an iPhone case that keeps the phone thin and lightweight and not at all bulky like other cases!