RedD00r custom iOS 5 Firmware is the hot topic for so many days, and now RedD00r is getting close to market release. May be most of you have seen the video released by the main developers of RedD00r, revealed an alpha version of RedD00r running on an iPod Touch 2G (MC). The video shows that RedD00r filmed an easy to use installation wizard, and executes indeed bring the iOS 5 look and feel to the iOS 4 firmware generation. Mostly people are ignorant with RedD00r and its use also doesn’t know what the contrast between WhiteD00r and RedD00r is.
In straight forward words the WhiteD00r project, is an effort to introduce the features on the iOS 4 firmware to the iOS 3.1.3 firmware. By having the release of WhiteD00r 5.1 though, users with an iOS device running the iOS 3.1.3 firmware can also enjoy iOS 5 features like the Reminders.app. Furthermore, the RedD00r project, is an attempt to achieve the features of the iOS 5 firmware to the iOS 4.2.1 firmware, but for MC versions of the iPod Touch 2G and iPhone 3G, as MC models are not promoted in WhiteD00r. The contrast between WhiteD00r and RedD00r actually are the firmwares they are based on and which devices they encourage.
Despite the fact not all the attributes of iOS 5 are contributed to the RedD00r and WhiteD00r custom firmwares even then it’s a sole way to enjoy few of the extra functionality Apple omitted from the previous versions iOS devices from featuring. The facilities which these custom firmwares do introduce to the device, consists of custom backgrounds or wallpapers, the semi transparent dock, new system sounds, new icons from iOS 5, multitasking, tap-to-focus camera, a special version of iCloud that uses DropBox and a bit more. By having the alpha version of RedD00r in fact demoed can put on public release in June.