Today, by popular demand, I opted to issue the second installment of my Top iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak Tweaks series. In this latest list, you’ll find 10 fantastic Cydia tweaks that are fully compatible with the latest Pangu iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak utility pre iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2. While finding cool Cydia Tweaks on your own can be tedious and bothersome, this list will help to mitigate some of the obnoxious work involved in pinpointing the best iOS 9 compatible Cydia tweaks!
Welcome to the two hundredth and thirty-seventh episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In today’s episode I discuss iOS 9.2 and the status of the iOS 9.1 Jailbreak, Pangu and TaiG, the legality of Jailbreaking in general, the brand new Apple TV 4th generation, Apple’s iPad Pro and more.
Today, in a completely unexpected move, Pangu released an all-new Jailbreak utility intended for iOS 9.0 and up, which can fully Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 Untethered! This is an enormously huge deal, being the first public Jailbreak for iOS 9, Pangu’s new tool for 9.0.x will liberate millions on what’s undoubtedly been the hardest firmware to create a Jailbreak for yet – continue reading to Jailbreak iOS 9.0.2 Untethered via Pangu in today’s new tutorial!
Today, on the heels of last week’s iOS 9.1 public release, Apple seeded the first beta iteration of iOS 9.2 to registered developers. It seems the company isn’t content with simply patching the iOS 9 Pangu Jailbreak and offering 150+ new emojis with iOS 9.1 – in a constant effort for evolution and bug fixes, developers are now able to update their device to iOS 9.2 beta 1. What does the firmware do for Jailbreaking though? Continue reading for additional details on iOS 9.2.
Today Apple allowed customers to order the New Apple TV 4 (unboxing here) and, in light of that fact I opted to create this new Apple TV 2 Jailbreak 6.2.1 tutorial out of nostalgia. Mere days ago, FireCore, reportedly with the assistance of iH8sn0w, pod2g of the evad3rs and p0sixninja from the quondam Chronic Dev Team, updated their Seas0nPass Apple TV Jailbreak utility to function on the latest firmware for the 2nd generation device, being 6.2.1 (the equivalent to iOS 7.1.2)!
Today, Apple released iOS 9.1 to the general public, which in turn patched the new Untethered Pangu iOS 9 – 9.0.2 Jailbreak. In light of that rather glaring fact, I’ve opted to create this new tutorial to assist those who either accidentally updated to iOS 9.1 or who received new devices running the latest firmware in the process of downgrading 9.1 to 9.0.2. With that said, keep in mind that this guide is time sensitive, meaning once Apple stops signing iOS 9.0.2, it will no longer be possible to downgrade to the firmware.
Today, three weeks ensuing the release of both iOS 9.0.2 and the firmware’s corresponding Pangu Jailbreak, Apple issued the first major installment (excluding the minor 9.0.1 and 9.0.2 updates) to iOS 9, being 9.1. Unlike its two predecessors, both of which simply corrected minor bugs in iOS 9, the new iOS 9 firmware comes cram-packed with over 150 new emojis and a number of other new and interesting changes. However, while new features and emojis are great, not every one will be able to appreciate them, specifically Jailbreakers, all of whom should avoid updating their Jailbroken devices to iOS 9.1!
Ensuing last night’s exciting release of the all-new Pangu Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 9.0.2, I opted to create the first installment to my Top iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak Tweaks series. In today’s coverage you’ll find 5 awesome Cydia tweaks that are currently compatible with the Pangu iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak utility – as of now though, just note tweak support is limited until developers have had adequate time to update their packages. Therefore, it’s currently one of the hardest times to find functioning iOS 9 Cydia Tweaks; this list however will help to mitigate some of the tedious work involved in finding the
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 and 9.0.2, as well as Apple’s latest hardware releases (including the iPad mini 4 and iPhone 6S and 6S Plus), countless Jailbreakers who remain stuck on vanilla iOS 9 find themselves craving the simple utility. Thankfully, in light of Apple’s new self-signing Xcode 7 policies, we can make use of an unpublished app by installing it with our Apple ID – no developer
Chipgate: a term that’s starting to spread throughout the Apple blogosphere like wildfire. But what does it mean? Essentially, Apple contracted two companies to manufacture the A9 chips that power the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus: Samsung and TSMC. Interestingly enough, the latter of the two appears to offer significantly better battery life! Continue reading for not only an explanation as to why, but also for a quick guide on how to determine which A9 chip powers your iPhone 6S, Samsung’s or TSMC’s!