TL;DR This FREE app I am fiddling around with requires iOS 5+ but it also requires Ipad 2 or later, the app appears to send a request to the device asking it what model it is, I want to know if there is a way to have the device report back that it is an Ipad 2 (or later) to circumvent this request. I have messed around with this app extensively and I have successfully installed it and got it working on an iPhone 4S even though this app specifically is only released on the Ipad, and cannot under normal circumstances be run on an iPhone. I know for a fact at one point people had this app working on iPad 1, however there is not much information about it online. The reason I mention this is because it is NOT A RESOURCE AVAILABILITY issue regarding this app being run on iPad 1, the developers have decided to only allow iPad 2 or later for performance reasons but I know for a fact the app will still run on iPad 1. I am not asking how to upgrade to iOS 6 on iPad 1 or anything like that, because I know you cant do that, nor do I even want to. I am just curious if there is a way to spoof being an iPad 2 when apps ask my device what model it is. Similar to how in Windows you can edit the registry so that when a program asks the computer what date it is it tells it a false date. I just need a way for my iPad 1 to report that it is an iPad 2, I do not actually need to have the resources of an iPad 2 or even have iOS 6.0, so is there a way to do this? I know there has to be.