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 …
We discussed all sorts of different topics in the forums this week. If you haven’t stopped by yet, here’s what you missed–Favorite iPad apps. Will updating your iPhone to the latest firmware lose your jailbreak? Can you run Microsoft Office on your Mac? Is the Retina iPad mini worth the upgrade? Come join the discussion!
This afternoon Apple released an iOS 7.0.4 update to address a nasty FaceTime bug. If you are already jailbroken or plan to jailbreak iOS 7.x is it safe to update your device?
Want to know our first impressions of the iPad Air? Are the new iOS security enhancements got you scratching your head? Have you ever considered the problem with giving aware free software, or do you just want to know what the evad3rs team is working on next? These are just a sample of what we were talking about in the forums this week.
It’s been known for a while now that the famed evad3rs jailbreak dream team has been working on cracking iOS 7 wide open, @planetbeing said as much last month shortly after iOS 7 was released to the public. But their latest project has me scratching my head.
Last week Apple released firmware update 7.0.3 to address the poorly calibrated iPhone 5S motion sensor. As with every iOS update, jailbreakers were initially cautioned against rushing to download the firmware update.
Can iOS 7 beta already be jailbroken with current exploits? Only time will tell as the summer rumors heat up approaching the release of Apple’s next OS along side the next iPhone.
Have you heard about a jailbreak tweak to improve the perceived speed on your iPhone or iPad? I have, I’ve tried it, and I’m telling you its name: it’s called Accelerate.
Velox is an iPhone-only jailbreak tweak that turns home screen icons into little notification folders or widgets. It’s modular, stable, and it’s a great buy for $2.
As much as I love my iPhone, I have to admit that the openness and creativity of the Android world has always intrigued me. Never enough to make the switch, but definitely enough that it’s always in the back of my mind if need be. Facebook’s popular new feature, Chat …