It’s fairly interesting how quickly technology changes sometimes. However, it also just as interesting how some companies actually support that technology very well. Apple, thankfully is one of those companies. Consider that the iPhone 3GS was released in 2009, and it will be able to run iOS 6. Also consider that iOS 4 (4.2 to be exact) was considered the ‘bleeding’ edge, less than a year ago.
Here’s another one of my Archive Posts, just for some perspective…
From November 25th, 2010 (archive.org link)
iPhone 4 on 4.2.1 Jailbreak/Cydia Compatibility List
I like the bleeding edge of technology, so my iPhone 4 has been upgraded to the latest iOS by Apple. Here’s what works:
Quick Dismiss works.
Lockscreen Clock Hide works.
Winterboard mostly works.
Five Icon Dock works.
SBSettings mostly works.
That’s all for now. If you want me to test anything out, just leave a comment!
The interesting thing about this is article too is that even iOS 6 still does not have a 5 icon dock, SBSettings type features, most of the Winterboard features, or Infinifolder. Thankfully Quick Dismiss and Lockscreen Clock Hide have become somewhat obsolete.