Where is the PPC iFuntastic?!?!?!

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by mattportner, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. mattportner macrumors member

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  2. megfilmworks macrumors 68020

    megfilmworks

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    Sad but true, expect ppc support from anyone to be harder to find. I am preparing to replace my dual g5s, and a g4 laptop to intel, so everything is on the same page. I love my 17 2.33 macbookpro and everything ppc seems slooow now.
     
  3. badtz macrumors member

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    they already stated PPC support is coming .... [soon]
     
  4. mattportner thread starter macrumors member

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    Yes, i know, but i was wondering if anyone knew what [soon] meant...
     
  5. WillJS macrumors 65816

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    [​IMG] ;)
     
  6. iAmLegend macrumors regular

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    Disgusting that Apple hackers hook up Windows Vista users before Mac PPC users.
     
  7. carman63 macrumors regular

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    Most people program to - and on - what they own first, before porting to other systems/OSs/etc. That's how I did it when I programmed.
     
  8. b257177 macrumors regular

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    It's Now a Web-Based AJAX App

    The team at ModMyiPhone.com has been very busy lately. Between getting a new server running for the ModMyiPhone web site and developing their new iPhone Skinner program, it's a wonder they've gotten any sleep at all!

    iPhone Skinner is a web-based AJAX (a'la Web 2.0) application that allows users to upload a background, icons, and dock images to a project workspace to create custom Apple iPhone themes. Once uploaded, creating a new theme or "skin" is as simple as dragging and dropping images onto the example Apple iPhone. You can also drag and drop the Display Order, to rearrange icons on the Apple iPhone's Home Page.

    Best of all, since it is web-based, it is platform independent. Yes, PPC and Intel Mac users alike can rejoice. Heck, so can Windows people, who'd of thunk it?

    The ModMyiPhone team reportedly has a few features and tweaks left to work out, as well as creating a How-To guide, but version one is released and ready for use. Hats off to the ModMyiPhone team!
     

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