Apple released their new iOS app iPhoto and announced that they were updating their iWork & iLife iOS apps for the new high resolution iPad. The problem is that they only work with iOS 5.1. and if you’re on an older firmware version you will not be able to update or download any of these apps. We all know that iOS 5.1 can currently only be jailbroken tethered on A4 devices while the A5 devices can’t be jailbroken at all. This video tutorial shows you how to bypass the iOS 5.1 restriction for installing iPhoto and the latest iMovie update on your jailbroken iOS 5.0.1 devices.
Today Apple announced the new iPad. No, not the iPad3 or even the iPadHD, simply new iPad. As you can see in the image, much of the focus with the new device comes in the new Retina display running on an A5X processor.
The portal CNET has announced today that the new iPad may not be called iPad3 at all. They are reporting that it will be dubbed the iPad HD. Apple will break with the expected naming convention by looking for the innovation and to raise the expectations.