Following up on their original story claiming the iOS 5.0.2 update would be released last week, Macerkopf.de has released a new report claiming that the update has been delayed.
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Stanford University has made their iPad and iPhone Application Development course available for free on iTunes U. The course includes lectures and lessons focused on iOS 5 app development., and is broken into 11 episodes consisting of videos and slides.
Following Apple’s recent iOS 5.0.1 update, which was meant to address battery life issues, many users continued to complain that the problems persisted, or even got worse. Apple has now issued a statement saying they’re still working on the issue.
Those of you who updated to iOS 5.0.1 over battery concerns, but still want to jailbreak your device need not worry – iOS 5.0.1 can already be jailbroken, thanks to a new version of redsn0w supporting the firmware.
Following yesterday’s release of the iOS 5.0.1 update, which was intended to address battery life issues, among other things, many users are reporting that the problem still exists after applying the update, and in some cases the problem has even worsened.
Apple has just released iOS 5.0.1, which addresses iOS 5’s battery life issues, adds multitasking gestures for the 1st-gen iPad and more, improves Australian speech recognition and more. The update is available now through iTunes, or as an over-the-air update.
If iOS 5’s recently discovered hidden panorama mode wasn’t enough for you, iPhone hacker Sonny Dickson has found another interesting feature – a word list bar that allows you to choose from multiple autocorrect options!
It’s been nearly one month since Apple unveiled the latest major version of their iOS platform. The iOS 5 update has been very popular, and the latest research from Chitika Insights finds that nearly 40% of all iPhones are already running the update.
Following yesterday’s news of a hidden panorama mode in the iOS 5 camera app, a simple tutorial has been developed to show you how to enable the new mode on your own iOS 5 device – without jailbreaking!
Apple has begun issuing the iOS 5.0.1 update to a limited number of end users. The update contains minor bug fixes, as well as addressing battery life concerns in iOS 5.
Jailbreak users who have upgraded to iOS 5 now have something new to get excited about, as Chronic Dev Team member @pod2G has discovered a bug in iOS 5 that may soon bring an untethered iOS 5 jailbreak.
Following a statement issued by Apple confirming battery life issues in iOS 5, Apple has begun seeding developers with iOS 5.0.1 beta, which is intended to correct the battery life issues, as well as adding multi-touch gestures to the 1st-gen iPad.
Ever since iOS 5 was released, and particularly since the launch of the iPhone 4S, users have been complaining about battery life issues. Apple has now confirmed that they have found some issues, and will be issuing an update ‘in a few weeks’ to address the issue.
BigBoss has released a semi-tethered jailbreak utility for iOS 5, allowing you to use a few limited features of your jailbroken device after a reboot.
One of the features which stands out the most in iOS 5 is the new Notification Center, but did you know you can customize Notification Center to meet your personal preferences? Here’s how it’s done.
Apple sent an email to developers today announcing the iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour, a free iOS 5 training series offering registered iOS developers the chance to learn more about how to take advantage of new features in iOS 5.