Dare to bare all for an Apple ?

Apple's large number of consumers are also its die hard fan. People wait in lines to see Apple's each new release and once they purchase the coveted Apple gadget, it becomes a status symbol for them. So how far you can go to show your fanaticism for Apple. Here are two girls going to the limit. Dare to do this for an Apple ?
An Apple Fan Girl
Dare to bare like this ??
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iOS 4.3.1 gets its share of Jailbreak | Redsnow Untethered for Windows and OS X

If you have been waiting for a jailbreak for recently release iOS 4.3.1, than your wait is over. Dev-team has just released an untethered jailbreak, redsn0w 0.9.6rc9 (release candidate 9), for Windows and OS X .  Redsn0w 0.9.6 rc9 is capable of jailbreaking almost all iPhones and iPad1, here is the complete list.

Apple To Reintroduce Camera In 7th Gen iPod Nano

Rumors have already started floating around internet about specifications of iPod Nano 7th generation. If rumors are to be believed, 7th generation iPod nano will have a rear camera. ApplePro released a so called leaked image of 7th Generation iPod nano. Just have a look at the leaked image of casing, it does look like that this is something similar to 6th generation iPod casing with a hole. The size of the hole seems appropriate to fit a camera.
7th generation ipod nano apple
casing of 7th generation iPod nano
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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 Vs Apple’s iPad 2 | “Thickness” War

Gone are the days when “mine is bigger than yours” used to be a thing of pride, now things have taken a 180 degree turn and “bigger” has been replaced by “thinner”. The “thinner” you have, more popular you become. At least it is working for Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 is sleek
Samsung Galaxy tab 10.1 is sleek
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Angry Birds | most addictive iPhone game I ever played

This game is insane, first impression one gets after playing a few slingshots is of "yet another iPhone game"...but just hold, play few more slingshots , yeah, now you get it- this is what i am talking about. It binds you with a super adhesive glue with its super cleverly designed levels, with its awesome puzzles.
Angry Birds best iPhone game
Angry Birds | One of the best iPhone game
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Gingerbread burnt on iPhone 3G

It was expected,but it will happen so soon was not expected.A  group of hackers (undisclosed) has reported that they have successfully burnt Android 2.3,aka Gingerbread, on iPhone 3G with the help of  already available OpeniBoot. If you have been following alternative OS scene for iPhones , you must already be familiar with the news of hackers using OpeniBoot  for running linux and Android 2.2 (Froyo) on iPhones. Some news sources are reporting that it was Nick Pack and few other hackers who ported Gingerbread on iPhone . Here is the video that was released on youtube showing an iPhone running on Gingerbread , Android 2.3.
While watching this YouTube posting, it is evident that this Android 2.3 port on iPhone is running pretty slow, also it is not shown if one can make calls or not. This is just the first attempt so we should remain patient for some more time to see all the must have features running with Gingerbread burnt iPhone.

First Apple 1 Gets A New Owner

Apple 1 Advertisement (January 1977)
Apple 1 Advertisement (January 1977)
Marco Boglione , an Italian collector, bought the first Apple 1 device during a Christie’s auction in London.It Is estimated that less than 30 Apple 1 computers are still present, making it a rare collector’s item.Marco  Boglione’s brother was present on behalf his brother , who cleared the bid with a staggering £133,250 ($210,000) , making this auction the highest paid ever for a personal computer. This Apple 1 was accompanied with a letter signed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak  with Apple Computer
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak with Apple Computer
In 1976 Stephen Gary "Woz" Wozniak and Steve Jobs created the first apple computer code named Apple I in a small garage. They never had any big plans for this first Apple, which was way ahead of its time, but just to impress the local electronic enthusiasts group Homebrew Computer Club and they had never thought that Apple will become what it is now !!! Continue reading "First Apple 1 Gets A New Owner"