A few days ago, Stefan Esser, better known as i0n1c among jailbreakers, revealed he had successfully performed an untethered jailbreak on his iPhone 5c running iOS 7.1.1. Now he’s showing off his feat, posting a video showing his device running Cydia on iOS 7.1.1, both before and after the device is turned off, and then back on.
Two hackers from the Netherlands and Morocco, claim to have compromised the security of Apple’s iCloud based Activation Lock system to lock iOS devices.
The “connected home” is one of the biggest areas of innovation as of late, with smart appliances, voice-controlled thermostats, and app-driven lights taking center stage at various electronics shows and making appearances at various home improvement stores.
If you’re like me, you enjoy using your iPhone while vegging on the couch at the end of the day. However, after a full day’s use, my iPhone’s battery can certainly use a charge. The problem is, the location of my couch, vis-à-vis the nearest electrical outlet makes for using while charging difficult, if not possible. Oh, if I only had a longer, tangle-free cable…
When we first reported a few days ago that Apple was acknowledging a long-standing issue over the iMessage bug where former iPhone users were no longer receiving text messages from other Apple users after switching platforms, my first though was: “I wonder how long it will take for someone to sue.” The answer is: “Not too freaking long at all…”
Alongside the release of OS X 10.9.3, an update to iTunes, and an updated Podcasts app, Apple also released a new version of its iTunes Connect iOS app for developers. The new version sports a new iOS 7 look and feel, and also allows developers to access music, movies, and TV shows they have released on the App Store.
Apple has had a busy update release day, as in addition to updates for OS X, and iTunes, they’ve also released an update for their Podcasts app for iOS, version 2.1.
‘Flappy Bird’ Dev Says He’ll Bring Game Back to App Store in August – It Will be Multiplayer, ‘Less Addicting’
Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen today said he’ll bring Flappy Bird back to the App Store in August. The developer told CNBC’s Kelly Evans that the new version of the game will be multiplayer, and “less addictive.”
Six Columbia University students have come up with “Cider,” an OS compatibility architecture capable of running iOS apps on Android.
Apple has published its iOS Human Interface Guidelines on iBooks. The guidelines lay out Apple’s recommendations to developers for designing apps that follow user interface principles similar to Apple’s iOS 7 apps.
While Apple refuses to officially acknowledge the GPU issues some early-2011 MacBook Pro owners are having with their machines, it seems they have taken ownership of an issue plaguing some iMessage users. Unfortunately, they just don’t know how to fix it.
A new report today claims that Apple will offer Microsoft Surface-like multitasking for the iPad as a feature of its upcoming iOS 8 mobile operating system.
Twitter has officially announced a “mute” feature for its iPhone, web, and Android clients. The new feature allows users to selectively turn off posts of certain users they follow, without unfollowing them.
I will admit that I have lost my keys at least 10 times in my life. In most cases I found them after a frantic search, but it is a horrible sinking feeling when you realize you’ve lost your keys. Enter KEEO Carbon – The first keyholder with a smartphone app to track the location of your keys.
Drugstore chain Duane Reade announced today that its updating its iPhone app with support for Apple’s iBeacons. The Walgreens-owned chain recently installed the low-power Bluetooth devices in 10 of its New York City locations. A separate report tell us that discount retailer Walmart is also testing iBeacons, but has not yet installed them in any of its stores.
We all want our personal information and files to be accessible anywhere, and at anytime, but how can we keep that same information secure? iOS device users now have one more option for securely storing their personal information and files on their devices. Introducing ScipherKey.