Jailbreak 8.2 Beta And Upgrade From 8.1.3 – All iPhone, iPod And iPad Models

Today, in a surprising and rather peculiar move to celebrate the Chinese New Year, TaiG issued a new update to their utility of the same name, which doesn’t support iOS 8.1.3 (the latest public firmware), but instead iOS 8.2 beta 1 and beta 2 to preserve new exploits for future use. While it seems like a strange thing to do, this is actually a godsend for those who mistakenly updated to iOS 8.1.3 and remain locked out of Jailbreaking, as I’ll highlight how to both Jailbreak iOS 8.2 and update to the first two beta firmwares from iOS 8.1.3 in today’s tutorial!

iOS 9 And 8.3 To Receive Public Beta Testing, Free Or Paid Program?

In a quick report, ensuing Apple’s public beta program of OS X Yosemite over the summer and fall months of last year, 9to5Mac suggests that the company may initiate a similar effort to have the public put new iOS firmwares to the test. Earlier Today: Apple’s Electric Self-Driving Car And Release Rumors Explained! With iOS 8.2 already both in developer testing and slated for public release next month, Apple’s intention for any such public iOS beta program will likely turn to both iOS 8.3 and iOS 9, which will undoubtedly be released later this year. iOS And Public Beta Testing

Top 10 iOS 8 Cydia Tweaks 8.1.2 Jailbreak Pre iOS 8.1.3 [Part 2]

Today, following the somewhat recent onslaught that was iOS 8.1.3’s release late last month, effectively patching the TaiG Untethered Jailbreak, I’ve opened to issue part two of my all-new list of Best Free Cydia Tweaks for my readers and viewers. Thankfully, although the latest firmware isn’t currently able to be Jailbroken, developers on the scene have had ample opportunity to update their tweaks for compatibility with both the Pangu for iOS 8 through 8.1 Jailbreak and the newer TaiG iOS 8 through 8.1.2 Jailbreak! I’m excited to have finish curating my second installment (you can find the first episode here) of

You’ll Never Guess Which Apple Product Could Get Touch ID Next!

Touch ID has arguably become one of the fastest adopted new Apple technologies, first introduced in fall of 2013 when Apple released their iPhone 5s, the fingerprint scanner has extended to both Apple’s latest iPhone (iPhone 6 and 6 Plus) and iPad (iPad Air 2 and Mini 3) models. However, something is still missing – Touch ID has yet to be implemented into another category of Apple products: the company’s Mac lineup.