FakeWe know the Dev Team is working hard on the iPhone 4 unlock. They have actually been pretty successful at it, as PlanetBeing was able to demonstrate last week. The problem the Dev Team is now facing is the number of fake iPhone hackers trying to impersonate them on Facebook or Twitter.

Those fakes often give misleading or wrong information. They clearly want to spread bad information, often with download links to malware.

MuscleNerd and the Dev Team made it clear today in a blog post that you should be very careful with what you see or read online. Basically, there are just a few people you can trust: @MuscleNerd, @PlanetBeing, @iPhone_Dev, and @Ultrasn0w.

To make things easier for you, you can simply follow me on Twitter, or just read this blog on a regular basis as I always share the latest news about jailbreaking and unlocking.

I also created a Twitter list of iPhone hackers and developers you can trust. You may follow this list here.

As usual, if you have any question or concern, you can always hit me up on Twitter or simply leave a message in the forums.

  • Bobby Mo

    You’re the best, I get all my iPhone info from iphonedownloadblog.com

  • Juan

    Blows me away at the con-artists trying to make a buck off someone else’s hard work. Luckily, I know who the real [virtually] devs are and can’t be duped. Sucks for the newbie’s though since they won’t know any better.