iPhone 3.0 Betas are iTunes 8.2 Pre-Releases are pouring out of Apple like pancakes from IHOP on a Sunday morning. Apple today released iPhone 3.0 Beta 5 (Build 7A312g) and a new iTunes 8.2 pre-release to developers. Only 8 days after beta 4 being released this release was a surprise.
At this time, thereís no word on any new features on beta 5 but thereís surely some big bug or security fixes that made Apple release this new beta just 8 days after releasing beta 4. Like the previous beta, iTunes 8.2 pre-release is required to install beta 5.
With only a month to go until Appleís sold out Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco where the iPhone OS 3.0 is certain to be a featured topic of discussion, Apple may be increasing the pace of developer releases to begin polishing things for the public showing.
Bout time, right? RipDev have released InstallerApp for Windows. It took longer than they expected but the only thing that matters is that itís finally out. If you donít know what InstallerApp is, itís a desktop application to install Apple Unapproved 3rd Party applications onto your jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch via USB. Both Cydia repositories and Installer repositories are supported, so thatís a plus.
InstallerApp works on anything from XP to Windows 7, so which ever version of Windows youíre using you should be good! InstallerApp requires iTunes so make sure you have that installed before hand.
InstallerApp license costs $7USD and the license ties to the devices so it works regardless on which platform you use it on.
Download InstallerApp v1.0 for Windows
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