In the mid of this month, we have reported you about the report of MuscleNerd, the key member of an iPhone Dev Team that the new iOS 5.0.1r2, which Apple has released again this month for the iPhone 4S makes the most demanded port legal and now allows hackers to easily develop the Siri port for older devices. Yesterday, on the Christmas Eve, we just received a little link head up to the webpage of hackers team claiming to be working on the latest Siri port for the iPhone 4 through the legal way which had been pointed by the MuscleNerd earlier this month.
The team of two developers has just started their work on the Siri port for the iPhone 4 and so far has developed a little tool for the general public that allows basic users to easily grab the iPhone 4S keys from the device without turing into an advanced mode. They team of two hackers has started the Siri port project with the name of “i4Siri”, and has started making rounds of the blog with their preview version of their project.
According to the team, the Siri port will be land on the iPhone 4, iPod Touch and other older iOS device through the combination of little different Cydia tweaks, seems that they have been planning for a long time to break the Apple’s “law” wall and finally able to come up with some results. The team has yet to announce the compatibility of their project with older devices, but according to the recent results of the Siri port its pretty able to port the Siri on the iPhone 3GS.
The team has yet to release any tool in the public, they have only demoed a vide of their tool showing how to use their new tool on Mac to grab the keys of the iPhone 4S. In short at the moment, they only want donations to purchase and set up proxy servers to make the Siri port available for the general public.