Yesterday, Apple seeded the second beta iteration of the forthcoming iOS 9.3 update to registered developers exactly two weeks after the first beta of the firmware was made available and approximately one week ensuing iOS 9.2.1’s public release.
Following two beta seeds, Apple released iOS 9.2.1 to the general public today to address minor issues that persisted in iOS 9.2. The new iOS 9.2.1 firmware, as expected, is available as an OTA (over-the-air) update and via the more traditional iTunes update method. Succeeding iOS 9.2 and preceding iOS 9.3, the latest iOS 9.2.1 firmware is a rather small release focused mainly on performance enhancements, behind the scene improvements, and security changes.
Today, in a surprise move, Apple seeded iOS 9.3 beta 1 to registered developers. Interestingly, iOS 9.2.1 (which was initially seeded to developers on January 4th) remains in its second beta stage, suggesting that a public release may be imminent. Being the third major iOS 9 update, 9.3 actually offers more features and improvements than even its predecessor, iOS 9.2, including something truly remarkable: Apple-branded f.lux, dubbed Night Shift!
This morning, almost three weeks following its initial beta release, Apple seeded iOS 9.2.1 beta 2 to registered developers enrolled in the company’s program. Currently, as with its predecessor, it remains unknown exactly which changes are introduced in iOS 9.2.1 beta 2.
F.lux is arguably one of, if not, the most popular Jailbreak tweaks in existence – it modifies the display’s color warmth at night to create a more pleasant usability experience. However, with the release of iOS 9.2, as well as Apple’s latest hardware release (being the iPad Pro), countless Jailbreakers who remain stuck on vanilla iOS 9.1 – 9.2 find themselves craving the simple utility. Thankfully, in light of Apple’s iOS 9-exclusive self-signing Xcode 7 policies, we can make use of an unpublished app by installing it with our Apple ID – no developer account, jailbreak or special software required; just
Today, following last week’s public release of iOS 9.2, Apple seeded the first beta iteration of iOS 9.2.1 to those enrolled in the company’s official developer program. While it’s currently unknown which changes are introduced by iOS 9.2.1, considering it’s a .1 update, they’re likely minor. However, what does the firmware mean in relation to Jailbreaking? Let’s find out!
Welcome to the two hundredth and thirty-eighth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In today’s episode I discuss this week’s release of iOS 9.2, WatchOS 2.1, tvOS 9.1, OS 10.11.2, the iPhone 6S battery case and Apple’s SD to Lightning converter, as well as the next Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 9.2.
Today, over six weeks following the release of iOS 9.1 (Apple’s first major revision to the iOS 9 firmware set outside of the minor 9.0.x updates), Apple issued the second major revision to iOS 9, being 9.2. Unlike its predecessor, which added an astonishing 150 new emoji characters to iDevices, iOS 9.2 is mostly intended to address various bugs that have persisted in iOS 9 since 9.0’s initial release; seriously, it’s cram-packed with bug fixes. However, while a more stable experience is great, iOS 9.2 further patches the Pangu Jailbreak beyond the primary kernel exploit patch found in iOS 9.1!
As we move closer to iOS 9.2’s release, the anticipation amongst those eagerly waiting a new Jailbreak for iOS 9.1 and up continues to grow! Therefore, I felt it the perfect time to look back to the last Jailbreak utiltity: Pangu for iOS 9.0.2. Today, I’ve decided to issue the third installment of the Top iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak Tweaks series. In today’s list, you’ll find 10 awesome Cydia tweaks designed with iOS 9 in mind, specifically iOS 9.0.2. Furthermore, once a new Jailbreak is readily available for iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2, said tweaks should function on the newer iterations of
Today, following the recent rumor pertaining to the removal of the headphone jack port on the forthcoming iPhone 7, a new and somewhat questionable report claims that Apple is currently testing a minimum of five new iPhone 7 variations, each with key differecnes.
2 months ago iPhone 7, Rumors