We were all caught off guard when the unannounced, untethered jailbreak tool, Pangu was released for iOS devices running 7.1.1. In addition to the timing of the release, we were also surprised Pangu provided the option to install 25PP, a third party app store popular with Chinese users, and was also only available to …
Apple has released iOS beta 3 for those with developer accounts. Released three weeks after beta 2, the newest update is available over the air and via the iOS Developer Center and includes
The jb community got a surprise announcement today with a newly released jailbreak tool for iOS 7.1.1. That’s right, out of nowhere!
WWDC was all about the developers, which is why we expected to see the first sneak peak at the beta’s of iOS 8 & OS X Yosemite. If you hadn’t had a chance to download the iOS 8 beta yourself, or you weren’t sure exactly how to do it, here is a quick reference guide for your convenience.
New photos purported to be of the iPhone 6 have surfaced today resembling, more-or-less, the design and size we have come to accept from other leaked photos and mock-ups.
You know the saying–a picture’s worth a thousand words. This slide flashed up on the screen during WWDC so briefly, it was hard to fully grasp all the new features coming to iOS 8 this summer. We’ve already talked about some of the best features that Apple didn’t have time to expand upon during the Keynote. Here is a full list of
iOS 8 has been full of surprises, and if the latest one works the way we think it will, you will have much more control over masking your identity from retail store marketer spying.
After watching this iOS split-screen multi-tasking concept by Sam Beckett, it is easy to see why Apple would be interested in adding it to the iPad in iOS 8. Unfortunately, we didn’t see this newly anticipated feature at WWDC last week. Does this mean
WWDC was packed with so much information that Apple couldn’t even touch upon all the major updates and changes coming to iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite in the 2 hour Keynote. Having said that, there are always additional items that are added, and some that are removed during the beta period
If you can’t laugh at yourself, then you’re taking life a little too seriously–right? Apple gave us plenty of material to prove my point during their Keynote presentation at WWDC on Monday.
The mother of all rumors just-wont-die. It’s safe to say that Apple is working on a “wearable” device, conveniently called the iWatch, and that said rumored device will one day be released. There have been so many rumors and posts and theories about what it might look like, and what it might cost, and what operating system it might run