Originally Posted by suhail
Apple can't even catchup to current iPhone hacks. I must admit though the Google maps features are nice.
Who says their trying to, or even want to. I just cleared off all hacks from my iPhone. They added little value (I never used but 1 - the ebook reader) and they screwed it up several times taking up tons of my time to figure out.
1) One version of Summerboard would crash the system constantly, unless you disabled the wallpaper dimming feature (2 days to figure that one out)
2) My sound volume has been low for some time. After clean out, restore, and upgrade all is fine. Don't know how much time that took up trying to figure out (and failing)
3) At some point something screwed my iPod preferences so all albums/playlists would play shuffled, irrespective of the preference setting. Now here, of course, I could ssh in an delete it to fix it but, of course, that's a somewhat circular benefit.
4) Several times I've finally figured out that something runs constantly in the background eating battery. I run out in a couple of hours (without much actual use) and the back is warm.
Not good benefit for the price. The price was my time and the benefit close to none.