iOS 5 (beta 2 and up) allows you to sync you data, songs, apps videos and more over WiFi with Apple’s new WiFi Sync feature. iOS 5 (beta 2 and up) also allows you to enter Recovery Mode, wirelessly, using a recovery tool such as TinyUmbrella or Recboot!
iOS 5 brings OTA (over the air) updates to iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches. Until now, everyone thought that OTA updates would only available over WiFi – well, after some digging in Apple’s SDK, some strings of code have been discovered that lead us to believe otherwise:
A couple days ago, I wrote a tutorial on how to unlock your iPhone 4 with any baseband from firmware 4.0-5.0 b1 using the GEVEY Ultra Sim. Well, according to veeence and MuscleNerd (two reliable sources), Apple’s new iOS 5.0 b2 closes the hole that the GEVEY Ultra Sim took advantage of:
Because Apple has reserved the right to look at the “Notes and Known Issues” of iOS 5 beta 2 for developers only, I have taken the liberty of copying down the entire document – just incase you’re curious! Please note – you may have to zoom in on this page in order to read the “Notes and Known Issues” document.
Apple has just seeded iOS 5 beta 2 to developers! If you decide to update, let us know how it goes in the comments – please remember that this is a BETA BUILD which means you must have your device’s UDID registered with Apple! UPDATE: Click here to see all of the changes iOS 5 beta 2 brings to the table
Finally, users will no longer have to hit that 2x button when trying to have a Skype call! It’s been confirmed by multiple sources that the video below is accurate and it has been leaked from within the Skype development team!
Final Cut Pro X… where to begin? Well, I’m sure the majority of you already know, it’s like an improved iMovie and a watered down version of Final Cut pro; oh and its missing key features that have been built into Final Cut since the beginning. If that isn’t bad enough, Conan O’Brien “slammed” the new Final Cut on late night TV – check it out: