1. one1's Avatar
    one1 i thought you weren't gonna get an iphone 4
    kinda came out of nowhere. i wasn't going to BUY an iPhone 4 for retail.
    2011-04-15 05:53 AM
  2. ikesmasher's Avatar
    no ones buying this computer...
    2011-04-15 05:53 AM
  3. one1's Avatar
    Here's the i4 and 3gs pics. The i4 has a white face conversion and a white snap on back. looks pretty good!








    2011-04-15 05:55 AM
  4. moon#pie's Avatar
    mmmmhhh
    2011-04-15 05:56 AM
  5. Stray's Avatar
    kinda came out of nowhere. i wasn't going to BUY an iPhone 4 for retail.
    oh lol
    that was officially the scariest thing you have ever said str4y.
    Dude T.M.I
    2011-04-15 05:58 AM
  6. Cowboy's Avatar
    Looks nice except that back needs to be changed and say FAck the cheap white case
    2011-04-15 06:02 AM
  7. moon#pie's Avatar
    Am I the only one who is bothered when someone says "ssh over usb"?
    2011-04-15 06:03 AM
  8. Cowboy's Avatar
    yes
    2011-04-15 06:04 AM
  9. moon#pie's Avatar
    I'm sure there has to someone else. Maybe orby?

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    2011-04-15 06:05 AM
  10. one1's Avatar
    Looks nice except that back needs to be changed and say FAck the cheap white case
    yeah I'll do something something

    so there is your 3gs pics.
    2011-04-15 06:07 AM
  11. Orby's Avatar
    Am I the only one who is bothered when someone says "ssh over usb"?
    You actually can run a Secure Shell over USB with the iPhone, using USB multiplexing. It's how the iPhone actually syncs with iTunes (FTP not SSH but the point is the same).

    So while most people are being silly willies when they say it, it's technically possible.
    2011-04-15 06:09 AM
  12. Cowboy's Avatar
    Well thanks and shsh blobs saved for 4.0>4.3.2?
    2011-04-15 06:09 AM
  13. moon#pie's Avatar
    You actually can run a Secure Shell over USB with the iPhone, using USB multiplexing. It's how the iPhone actually syncs with iTunes (FTP not SSH but the point is the same).

    So while most people are being silly willies when they say it, it's technically possible.
    Yes, but they are using the term wrong. It kills me. They think view iphone files means automatically SSH.
    2011-04-15 06:11 AM
  14. one1's Avatar
    Well thanks and shsh blobs saved for 4.0>4.3.2?
    YES, and cord and wall plug.

    oh and i popped the i4 panel off and the speaker started working, loose connection.
    2011-04-15 06:12 AM
  15. Orby's Avatar
    Yes, but they are using the term wrong. It kills me. They think view iphone files means automatically SSH.
    This is true (hence I called 'em silly willies). It's one of those more forgivable transgressions--after you hear people call the iPod touch an "iTouch," call a router a "phonebox," and people calling Windows the OS "PCs" (not the actual computers) it stops phasing you.
    2011-04-15 06:15 AM
  16. moon#pie's Avatar
    This is true (hence I called 'em silly willies). It's one of those more forgivable transgressions--after you hear people call the iPod touch an "iTouch," call a router a "phonebox," and people calling Windows the OS "PCs" (not the actual computers) it stops phasing you.
    I still want to kick them all in the nuts. I once had someone confused about how my macbook could be a PC. lol
    2011-04-15 06:18 AM
  17. Cer0's Avatar
    Well thanks and shsh blobs saved for 4.0>4.3.2?
    Has tinyumbrella been updated to take 4.3.2 today?
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    2011-04-15 06:21 AM
  18. Cowboy's Avatar
    Good question idk
    2011-04-15 06:22 AM
  19. Orby's Avatar
    I still want to kick them all in the nuts. I once had someone confused about how my macbook could be a PC. lol
    I get that all the time...

    "That black box, that's your computer, right?"
    "Yeah, that's Sparty."
    "Wait, where's the monitor?"
    -points to TV-
    "Okay, I see the TV, where's the monitor?"
    -facepalm-
    --
    "Wait, that's not a Mac... how is running Mac?"
    "It runs OS X because I built to run OS X; along with Linux."
    "But it's not a Mac!"
    "Doesn't have to be."
    "So how's Windows?"
    -facedesk-
    2011-04-15 06:22 AM
  20. Cer0's Avatar
    This is true (hence I called 'em silly willies). It's one of those more forgivable transgressions--after you hear people call the iPod touch an "iTouch," call a router a "phonebox," and people calling Windows the OS "PCs" (not the actual computers) it stops phasing you.
    Had someone that wanted me to fix their computer. I told them all I need was the tower. They said just the box right? I say yes. They brought me the monitor lol. I said nope the box you put cds into and stuff.
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    2011-04-15 06:23 AM
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