This is the eighty-first episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the iOS 5.1 Untethered Jailbreak status, the new (unofficial) iPod Touch, the iOS 5.1+ downgrade that’s being developed and more! Links to the articles […]
Now that both iOS 5.1 and the iOS 5.1 tethered Jailbreak for older iDevices have been out for over three weeks, the fast majority of Jailbreakers are starting to grow restless as the demand for an untethered Jailbreak for all iDevices continues to grow.
According to the latest data gathered by Nielsen, Google’s Android OS and Apple’s iOS have pushed other mobile operating systems to the brink of extinction. The closest competitor to the two giants of the mobile industry is RIM with their Blackberry devices. However, with only 12% of the total smartphone industry and 5% of new […]
Yesterday the co-founder of Siri, Dag Kittlaus, spoke at a keynote presentation in Chicago. According to Network World, Kittlaus unveiled some interesting information that ultimately lead to Apple’s acquisition of the company and paved the way for Siri to migrate from an app on the App Store to system-wide and deeply integrated personal assistant.
Equipped with a 42.5Wh battery and a Qualcomm MDM9600 chip, the new 4G LTE-capable iPad can use the personal hotspot feature for over a day on a single charge.
iH8sn0w Discovered An ‘Apticket Loophole’ That Allows For iOS 5+ Downgrading On A5 And A5X-Based Devices
As most Jailbreak enthusiasts know, with every new installment of iOS, Apple patches any userland exploits that previously allowed for an untethered Jailbreak. With the release of iOS 5, Apple introduced a new functionality: OTA updates (over the air updates). Once the OTA updates feature went live with iOS 5, it created a new method […]
As reported by AllThingsD, a survey preformed by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners reveals where iPhone owners purchased their handset. It was discovered that 24 percent of customers purchased their iPhone online, whereas a staggering 76 percent of customers picked their iPhone up at a retail location.
Now that the new iPad has been out for almost a week, iLounge reports that DisplayMate has discovered odd charging behavior. Apparently the new iPad continues to charge for up to an hour after the battery indicator reads 100%.